This Week, Donald Trump Supporters Plan “SIGN RALLIES” In Kettering — On Loop Road And On Wilmington Pike

Donald Trump supporters are planning two “SIGN RALLIES” this week in Kettering. The organizers write: “While our President is recuperating from the Corona virus it is our privilege to stand in the gap.” This is their instructions concerning sign messages: TRUMP 2020….. TRUMP ❤…..A….. HONK 4 TRUMP…..WE ❤YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP …. 4 MORE YEARS …..VOTE TRUMP/PENCE ….. VOTE 4 TRUMP……WOMEN 4 TRUMP ……WORKERS 4 TRUMP…… BLACKS 4 TRUMPS …… GRANDMAS 4 TRUMP…..VETERANS 4 TRUMP…..TEACHERS 4 TRUMP….and any other creative message that is not too long in length! Focus positively on the President.  Don’t use Biden’s name as it might be perceived as pro-Biden.”

Here are the instructions:

1.  Wednesday – October 7th – 4:00 to 5:30 PM (rush hour) 
We will be holding signs/flags in support of President Trump on the bridge that crosses over I-675.  This bridge is one of the few that has a sidewalk and nearby available parking.  It is located on Loop Road which “loops” from Alex-Bell and Route 48 in Washington Township. It is right behind the Cross Pointe shopping mall.  Ample parking is available in the lot next to the Tile Store and from there it is only a short walk to the bridge sidewalk.  Please bring signs that have a simple message* in  very large lettering – which can be read by those driving cars along I-675.  A few extra signs will be available.  Large foam boards can be purchased at the Dollar Store for $1.

2.  Saturday, October 10th – 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
We will once again take advantage of the great visibility on Wilmington Pike – Sugarcreek Plaza in front of the Walmart / Lowe’s stores.  There is great parking right up by the sidewalk area (by the vacant Applebee’s Restaurant).  Please bring signs that have a simple message* in very large lettering which can be easily read by those in passing cars.
A few extra signs will be available.  Large foam boards can be purchased at the Dollar Store for $1.
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