Monday, June 14, 2010

The God Bless Arizona Tour

Michael Berry and the God Bless Arizona (“GBA”) Tour Planning Committee announced dates for the upcoming tour to Arizona. The GBA Tour will take place over the July 4th weekend.

For the full itinerary, click here.

Listeners of Mike Broomhead’s Show are welcome to join the Tour in Phoenix, please register!

Michael Berry, Radio Talk Show Host, developed the concept to support Governor Jan Brewer, Arizona law enforcement, and the citizens of Arizona after their passage of SB 1070 by proactively spending money and patronizing Arizonan businesses. Mr. Berry has been highlighting Arizonan businesses on his afternoon radio show and his website.  In addition to “buycotting” Arizonan products, Mr. Berry took his support for Arizona to the next level and created the God Bless Arizona Tour, the Freeway to Phoenix.

Berry appealed to his listeners to form an all-volunteer planning committee. The Committee is responsible for planning and coordinating all areas of the tour including transportation, accommodations, research, media and political contacts. The Tour will travel to the border to meet with Border Patrol Officials, visit Tombstone, overnight in Tucson, meet with Governor Jan Brewer, overnight in Phoenix, visit Sedona, Tour the Grand Canyon, march in the 4 th of July Grand Canyon Parade, and overnight in Flagstaff before returning to Phoenix and then Houston. We will have official police escorts along the route and we’ll meet the Mayor’s of each city we pass through.

The dates for the tour are July 2nd – 5th. The tour will be designed to accommodate those wanting to fly, caravan and/or stay for additional sight-seeing and vacation. Berry and the Committee are committed to keeping time away from work to a minimum and being respectful of different economic situations.

Click here for a list of area restaurants we prefer.

Well, look at that!  My favorite is on the list!  Chino Bandido!  If you're coming to Phoenix, it's a must!  Don't let the name fool you, this is not Mexican food.  Rather, it's an amazing fusion of Mexican, Chinese, and Caribbean.  Delicious!

Also, you don't have to be from Houston or Phoenix to register.  Just be here for the start in Phoenix and join up!

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