#𝗨𝗡𝗥𝗜𝗚 𝗕𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗖𝗮𝗽
(Cups and Polo Shirts also available but we encourage black ballcap with Patriot Wings below the embroidery)
𝗣𝗮𝘁𝗿𝗶𝗼𝘁 𝗪𝗶𝗻𝗴𝘀 – 𝗘𝗮𝗴𝗹𝗲 𝗙𝗹𝗮𝗴 𝗣𝗶𝗻
We are not selling anything. Everything here is free to download and use as a pin, polo-shirt embroidery, bumper sticker, or poster to display inside car window, on storefront or at home.
Billboard or Bumper Sticker
PPT (1 Page) Template for Creating District Specific BIllboard. This can be done as a removable banner or mosaic of glued on posters.
NOTE: Only Constituents can create the Pledge Bumber Sticker, EIN will not endorse nor attack any individual Member of Congress.
Tip of the Hat to Micheal Trimm in Fort Myers, Florida
Tip of the Hat to Fluoride Free in Philadelphia
Tip of the Hat to James Wallerstedt
Buy any of the 4th of July flags. Gently remove the staples. Turn the flag upside down and tape back to rod (easier than stapling). Add a taped #UNRIG (type it twice, 44 font or better, bold with one inch separation between words, print, trim, attach beneath flag with clear packaging tape or scotch tape). Below is an example. This is the traditional distress signal. It is not disrespectful of the flag (which should never touch the ground). Put your government on notice.
Tip of the Hat to Mitch Carney in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
To make a do-it-yourself pin just print #UNRIG in any form no more than one inch wide, and glue it to an inexpensive pin bought locally. You can use a piece of soda or beer can cut to size for extra endurance. If doing a number of pins, they can be sprayed with clear enamel. Everyone is welcome to locally manufacture and sell all items here and anything else you can thing of, all of this is “open source” information for liberal citizen exploitation at the neighborhood level. Below is an example.
Tip of the Hat to Alan Mayo
(recommend three inches wide over left chest facing forward, color of choice)
* Plain symbols and letters have no set up charge but designs including stars and bars and such have a $50 set-up fee — Meet-Up groups could agree on their local design, pay the set up fee once, and then all can be invited to buy their own polo shirt. No T-shirts, please, that is for low-rent protesters, many of them being paid to protest.
Best Buy Under $20, of which $7 is donated to #UNRIG:
Hats off to Andrew M. Batty aka Brother Andrew of Custom Shirt Design, he has put together a very low cost (under $20, of which $7 comes is a donation to our campaign) offering for #UNRIG polo shirts that ship next day: http://customshirtman.com/unrig/ Remember we are a class act — no T-Shirts, no violence, just a a Summer of Peace, Love, Dignity, and Integrity — with style. God Bless America!
Tip of the Hat to Bob Ocevedo in Connecticut (see also Cartoons)