Wednesday, May 05, 2010

It's Cinco de Mayo ... Celebrate With An Arizona Buy-Cott!

Image Credit: 4/27/2010

It's Cinco de Mayo ... Celebrate With An Arizona Buy-Cott!

Today not only marks the day Mexico recognizes a thwarted attack by France (as promoted and celebrated first in the United States by Corona Beer as a promotion to sell their product) ... today is the day independent American citizens can begin to show support for Arizona in its effort to localize Federal immigration law.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 8:00am (any timezone) marks the official start to Buy Arizona, where people intentionally purchase goods and services from companies that claim their headquarters in Arizona in a "Buy-Cott" - a reversal to the time honored consumerism activity known as a boycott.

Ahhhhh, to purchase, as opposed to ignore the goods or services produced, from a company just feels more affirming and, well, AMERICAN! After all, directed consuming is so Capitalistic and un-Obama Administration.

It's Cinco de Mayo, so go out and celebrate by first purchasing an American flag from the American Flag & Pole Co., then go online and pick up some protection in the form of a non-lethal deterrents from Taser International, followed by digital identity theft protection software and services designed by Lifelock, and finally ... go to dinner at PF Changs ... OK, so this food selection does not contain tortillas or salsa but it is time for a new tradition.

We, at MAXINE, believe the main activity for Cinco de Mayo, and beyond, is to begin the tradition of American self-reliance beginning with the show of support of a State that wishes to take control of its destiny in the service to its citizens over the actions (in this case, inaction) of the Federal Government.

BUY ARIZONA - Support Arizona based corporations, local businesses, on-line retailers, and tourism.

The following list is just a sampling of the great companies you can support directly with consumerism ... and there is something for everyone - this IS America. PLEASE SHARE!!

Be sure to check back at the folloing website regularly ... more companies will be added as soon as they are identified!

Buy Arizona begins today - Image Credit: Southern California Tax Revolt Coalition - Home of the San Diego Tea Party






• Allied Waste Industries

• America West Airlines

• American Flag & Pole Co.

• American Spirit Arms (Manufacturer of precision firearms)

• Arizona Artists

• Arizona Cardinals (Football)

• Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB Baseball)

• Arizona Highways (magazine)

• Best Western

• Bookmans (largest used book seller in AZ)

• Cerreta Fine Chocolates

• Candy's Apples (gourmet candied apples)

• Circle K (Convenience Store)

• CSK Auto (Checker Auto Parts, Schucks Auto Supply, Kragen Auto Parts, Murray's Discount Auto Stores)

• Clear Channel Outdoor

• Cold Stone Creamery

• Dial

• Discount Tire Company

Eleanor Joseph Confections (truffles & more!)

• Fairytale Brownies

• Fender Music Instruments

• Flight Miniatures (model aircraft)

• Grand Canyon Airlines

• (green corporate consulting)

• Greyhound Corp.

• GoDaddy

• Harkins Theatres

• Hollycake (Letterpress Stationery)

• Hopi Market

• Kona Grill

• Knight Transportation

• Lifelock

• Massage Envy

• Mesa Air Group (Mesa Airliines, Go!, Freedom Airlines)

• McClendon's Select (mail order organic fruit and honey)

• M. R. Designs & Gifts (Gift Baskets)

• My Computer Works (Scottsdale. Online computer repair)

• Navajo Fine Jewelry & Collectibles

• PF Changs

• Ping (Golf)

• Phoenix Coyotes (NHL Hockey)

• PetSmart

• Poore Brothers Pototo Chips

• Protégé Sports

• Ramada Hotels

• Robar (firearms & accessories)

• Set Enterprises (board games & brain puzzles)

• Seven Sisters Sweet Shop and Chocolate

• Sky Mall

• Surf City Squeeze

• Taser International

• U-Haul

• University of Phoenix

• US Airways



M.R. Designs & Gifts said...

Thanks for your support of our Arizona business! From all of us at M.R. Designs & Gifts

Aaron said...

Awesome! Thanks for the info. I am in CT and I flew the Arizona flag in front of my house today to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.