[Ohio-talk] State convention NFB Ohio

Karen L Warner warnekoo at att.net
Sun Aug 30 21:31:23 UTC 2015


Everyone here are a few tidbits to also consider when thinking about the trip. They are---a twelve passenger van is $1200 + gas---(and you would need four vans)--- a taxis from Cleveland to Independence will run you $35 to $45. Mega does not go to Independence. The Greyhound bus is closed on Sundays. This trip can be fun -rewarding-and a chance to renew and gain new friendships. Let's all go and enjoy the convention.      Karen

Carol Akers via Ohio-talk <ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>Good Saturday morning to all!  
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>Wow, we are 4 Saturdays away from our in person State Board Meeting and less than 90 days from our state convention in Independence Ohio. Time flies. How many are beginning to plan for travel to convention? I would like to throw something out to you as an efficient, cost effective idea. Karen Warner & I have been doing some research on a bus trip for convention & here are the facts.
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>For $100 a person/seat we can have pick up points in 4 cities- being Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield & Columbus for round trip travel to convention.  
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>What does that mean for you? That means one driver, no worries about finding rides or traveling to a bus station & finding transportation to the hotel and back. Not having to go by the Greyhound schedule or Mega bus schedule, or pay per mile for private drivers who then have to either stay in town for the weekend or end up making 4 trips back & forth instead of a round trip.  etc. Why not ride together, have fun and not worry about extra issues. We have ideas for making it a fun trip. 
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>Who is interested?
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