Friday, September 30, 2011

What to do in Denver Colorado instead of attending Free Enterprise Days 2011

Keeping up with my theme of finding better and lower priced things to do in cities holding Amway functions, I’ve tried to round up a few fun things to do in Denver Colorado where Amway WWDB will be holding Free Enterprise Days from October 21 to 23 2011. Most of the fun things seem to involve driving out of Denver and hitting the ski slopes! Hmm October may be a little early for skiing. I’ll see what else I can find.

Denver Zoo - Ah the prerequisite zoo! Don’t most of the places Amway holds functions have a zoo? Coin toss! Should I visit the baboons at the Denver Zoo or the baboons stomping across the stage at Amway WWDB FED? There’s actually a free day at the zoo on October 20 2011 the day before FED starts. Admission is a reasonable $13 or slightly cheaper if you’re over 65 years or younger than 12 years. A couple could spend a day at the zoo and go out for a really nice dinner all for less than the cost of one $125 ticket to FED.

Denver Art Museum - if you’re into looking at works of art this is the place to be. It costs the same amount of money as the zoo. Slightly cheaper if you’re a Colorado resident. Where’s that coin for the toss? Museum or zoo? Goodbye Picasso hello lions.

Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum - I’ve visited a few aircraft museums and this is something I’d consider seeing as how I still haven’t gotten over the Spruce Goose being moved out of Long Beach! Not that its in Colorado. I think it went somewhere in Oregon. Admission is $11. Slightly cheaper if you’re over 65 or under 12.

Molly Brown House Museum - If you’re a Titanic trivia buff you’ll enjoy this museum where the unsinkable Molly Brown lived. Admission is $8, slightly cheaper for other age groups. But the good news is if you’re in Denver for FED on Friday and Saturday night October 21 and 22 from 6pm to 9pm the house is hosting an evening called Victorian Horrors. Lets see. We have our choice. Going to an evening of Amway horrors for $125 or going to an evening of Victorian horrors for $15. I know which one I’m choosing!

Elitch Gardens - October is Fright Fest month at the theme park. Tickets are $42.99 if you’re over 4 feet tall. Lower prices if you’re shorter or over age 62. A little pricey but still costs less than going to Free Enterprise Days. So you’ve got your choice. Fright Fest at an amusement park or fright fest listening to Amway Diamonds!

Want to do some shopping? Denver’s 16th Street Mall is a much better place to spend the day than stuck inside an auditorium listening to a bunch of aging Diamonds who use Amway functions to make their real money. Free shuttle buses and free Wifi anywhere up and down the pedestrian mall.


  1. Let's see: I could visit the 16th Street Mall and spend the $125 I DIDN'T spend buying a ticket to the AmbotFest???
    Sounds like a blast to me!

  2. Connie - I could make short work of that $125 at the 16th Street Mall instead of attending an Amway function and at least I'd have something to show for it when I'm done (shoes, little black dress, books, candies....) which is more than what those ambots with the empty pockets can say at the end of a wasted weekend!

  3. Anna- the pair of nikey runners cost only 55.00 at the mall. I'd still have 70.00 left to spend on a decent movie & dinner.

  4. Colin - there's lots of restaurants in that 16th Street mall so you'd probably be able to get a decent meal for the $70 left over. And all the time you're eating you'll be thinking of the IBO's chowing down on shitty Amway snacks!

  5. Ambots will have the all NEW XS gum to go with their drinks and bars now.

    Some preacher guy is posting that he is hiring sound and stage technicians. Only the best will do of course!

    And some guy named Larry is locked in for something right before a bunch of Ambots eyes!!!

    I would take the shopping, by the Nikes and go to the zoo! Pretty sure the baboons, monkeys, sea lions etc...parading across their stage would be much more entertaining than Larry the diamond guy lol. Then perhaps, going to the scary amusement park. Much less frightening than the freak show going on at the Edge of Hell leadership summit.

    Perhaps they have a WalMart the ambots can stalk late at night. Maybe they will be featured on the next people of walmart email or even better, the ambots of walmart!

  6. Anonymous - do you suppose this preacher guy is really paying the sound and stage technicians he's hiring or will their payment be getting to spend time with him?

    I don't know who Larry is but maybe another of my readers knows who this clown is.

    The plans for your FED weekend sound a whole lot better than listening to a bunch of worn out Diamonds scamming their cult followers.

    The ambots of Walmart! Good one! I might use that sometime!

    Perhaps Jay Leno is reading this and will sign us both up for a new comedy act!

  7. FED can be baught on dvd or probably found somewhere online for free. It's not like going to a U2 or rolling stones concert where the live experience is so much better.

  8. Colin - nothing is free from WWDB or Amway. The tool scam is how those cult leaders make the bulk of their money. They'd be worse than broke like 99% of IBOs if they didn't charge for those DVDs! I don't know that a DVD was ever available for sale of an Amway function though I saw cameramen. They sell audio recordings of the function, come out a month or so later, for $5 a CD. Your upline pushes you to buy it even if you went to the function and used your tape recorder to record the entire weekend.

  9. I've been prospected by BWW or britt world wide. The complete FED function was on video tape made by BWW. I agree nothing is free with these guys. I use to think why bother going? Just get some prospects to sit infront of a tv showing the function.

  10. Colin - same thing - the cult leaders don't make any money if ambots are watching them live on a TV. There were video podcasts of every Amway meeting I attended whether it was a Platinum or Diamond speaking. Out of towners could watch live on the Internet. What was considered out of town? I'm not sure the cut off point but I remember if you lived within 100 miles you had to go and pay your money to listen to the brainwashing session. Maybe within 250 miles depends if it was a Diamond or not.


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