BFA is a big hit at Cleveland Tea Party
Editor's Note: Buckeye Firearms Association volunteers are what make this organization successful. Our successes can be directly attributed to the work they do. The following is a report from one such volunteer, who represented the PAC at a recent Tea Party. Volunteers are active all over the state - please join the team!
By Greg Wilk
Buckeye Firearms Association welcomed Second Amendment defenders at the July 3rd Downtown Cleveland Tea Party. Over one hundred people stopped by to pick up pamphlets, wallet cards and "No Guns = No Money" business cards. Lively discussions ensued concerning BFA itself, CCW law, where I practice shooting, and even how to buy a gun.
On the political side, U.S. Senate Candidate Tom Ganley briefly stopped by to say hello. BFA was also in good company alongside the Lorain County 912 Project and the Medina County Friends and Neighbors, as well as many other activist conservative groups.
An informative and exciting time was had by all.