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Ron Paul Billboards Expands Multi State Campaign To South Carolina
The grassroots effort via RonPaulBillboards.com has launched 2 billboards in Columbia, South Carolina. This multi-state contribution campaign has successfully advertised Ron Paul in pivotal primary locations.
Harold and Kerry Gray voluntarily began this undertaking in Nov, 2007, displaying ads on billboards publicizing Ron Paul and his issues. They launched billboards in early primary states such as Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Manchester, New Hampshire; and Columbia, South Carolina; respectively. The coalition of magnanimous grassroots supporters are enthusiastic about Ron Paul’s vision of hope for America. He has strong Internet support, leading in web searches, Youtube subscriptions, and social networking sites, such as Myspace and Facebook. Additionally, there are numerous grassroots fund raising sites advocating Paul’s message of treasuring freedom, and reinstating the fundamental law of the United States, the Constitution. “We are taking Ron Paul’s views from the internet to the streets and we support all the marvelous grassroots movements supporting his message of liberty.”, declares Kerry Gray, founder of Ron Paul Billboards.
Presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul has an extraordinary message of restoring the Constitution, strengthening our economy and ending the war. Fellow patriots subscribe to his comprehensive views, and are actively contributing to support him. Ron Paul has received considerable acclaim for having genuine integrity, as well as a consistent voting record. Ron Paul Billboards are just one example of the crusade endorsing Ron Paul’s desire for authentic change. His standpoints on eliminating our fiat currency and the tyrannical rule of terror, are resonating with those who desire a transformation of current political philosophies. His supporters believe he offers real change, not merely slogans or that of exaggerated rhetoric. The Ron Paul campaign did not have any involvement in the concepts, designs or funding of the billboards.
Harold Gray, Media Coordinator