Wednesday, August 26, 2009

LAX to ATL Update

Left LAX about 0915 this morning and headed east out of CA. Got to Kingman, AZ about 300 this afternoon and fueled. Boy, was that an experience.

A cook, from the truckstop restaurant, came running to the truck, an obvious huge fan of the 912 project and we talked for a bit. She signed the truck and thanked us, took some of her own pictures and moved on. Then, an RV'er came over, stood and read the truck, loved the idea, the concept, and the mission and signed the truck. She is a business owner with 13 employees and is scared to death about what is happening to our great Republic. She too signed the truck and went back to her Rv. Then, another driver approached and we talked for a bit, I explained our mission, he read the truck and was very enthusiastic about our mission. His favorite Principle of the 9 was, "The Government works for me, I do no work for them". He signed the truck, thanked us for our dedication to waking up America, shook hands and moved on.

So now, we are headed back down the interstate, towards the East and our next stop will probably be in Oklahoma CIty, Ok for fuel. We should be there between 0800 and 0900 tomorrow morning. We are currently about 710 west of there, almost to the Arizona/New Mexico state line. I would suppose we will be in Albuquerque, thou not stopping at about 1100 this evening or so, then Amarillo, TX about 0430 in the morning, then as I said, 0800-0900 in Ok. City, OK. I will update more as times are known.

We have launched into a couple of apparel stores so that all can show their support of our mission, and the 912 Project. Click here to show your support, or go to www.printfection.com/912truck. For those of you that would rather have a hat or mug you we have another outlet at cafepress.com/912 Truck
Thanks for your support.

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