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WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 /Christian Newswire/ -- Unite In Action, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Tea Party Exchange, Inc. the Ohio based provider of customer loyalty cards geared toward the Tea Party movement.
"I have seen far too many patriots lose their businesses over the last year. We wanted to do something to empower and assist conservative companies," said Stephani Scruggs, President of Unite In Action. "Tea Party Exchange is a way for conservative grassroots consumers to better identify and reward like-minded business."
"In this difficult economic climate, businesses are struggling to reach their target markets. In addition, the public is putting far more consideration into where to spend their income. Similar to the AFL-CIO's Union Plus program or American Laborers United's Union Network program, Tea Party Exchange is designed to help people utilize their purchasing power to support their neighbors and help the grassroots movement," said Don Hutchinson, founder of Tea Party Exchange. "I am pleased Unite In Action will be able to take this initiative to a national level."
"We have always made a conscious choice to patronize the businesses owned by members of our church," said Lynne Robert, member of the Southern Vermont Liberty Council. "This is just another way for my household to support the causes we believe in."
The new Tea Party Exchange will hold its Grand Opening at the 2010 Liberty XPO & Symposium, held at the Washington DC Omni Shoreham hotel, September 9th and 10th. Don Hutchinson, founder of Tea Party Exchange will also be speaking at the March On DC, September 11, 2010, at the Washington Monument.
Unite in Action is a 501c4 non-profit corporation focused on fostering communication, creating unity, and empowering the people involved in the grassroots movement by providing a forum for members to retain their autonomy while sharing action items. Our 40+ member organizations are committed to focusing on our common concern - preserving liberty. More information, including event details and a listing of member organizations, can be found at www.marchondc.org and www.uniteinaction.org.
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