Tuesday, March 26, 2013

What To Do In Spokane Washington Instead Of Amway WWDB Spring Leadership 2013

Amway Worldwide Dream Builders is holding WWDB Spring Leadership in Spokane, Washington from April 19 to 21, 2013 at the Spokane Arena. So that means another one of my posts where I find things to do in town instead of attending Spring Leadership. Actually sitting in your hotel room watching TV would be more productive than attending the Spring Leadership brainwashing conference. So would staying at home because that would save you time and money instead of blowing it on the Amway tool scam and the incidental costs incurred getting and staying there. Anyway gotta get some keywords in cause I got lots of ambots searching.
No insult to anyone from Spokane but it does not seem to be on the radar as far as exciting tourist destinations go. It also don’t appear to be a convention town. Apparently some Amway cult leaders live in the area. I had to look on a map to find it. Looks to be east of Seattle by a couple hundred miles maybe? Near the Idaho border. Kind of off the beaten path.
This was a difficult task. I tried my old friend Trip Advisor and mostly all I came up with were parks, a place to buy fresh fruit and vegetables (a total no-no for ambots who are supposed to consume Nutrilite vitamins instead!), biking trails, and river rafting.
So then I found the visit Spokane website http://www.visitspokane.com/ and clicked on events between April 19 and 21, 2013 and up comes a play called “I Hate Hamlet”. Now if you use your imagination that almost sounds like “I Hate Amway” so that might be worth going to and just keep substituting Hamlet for Amway. Tickets cost between $15 and $20. There’s also a poet reading going on for $9. Sure beats the hell out of going to an Amway meeting!!!! But the kicker is the Shrine Circus is in town with tickets $8 to $25. Hmm let see. Which is the better circus? Shriners or Amway assholes?
Spokane Riverfront Park http://spokaneriverfrontpark.com/ - I don’t know. The name is not appealing to me. I think of rivers as mosquito spawning grounds. Not to mention you don’t know what kind of evil river serpents are swimming around in there. Oh. I guess that would just be the Amway upline! I tried to find out what a one day pass was and it kept trying to pitch me a season’s pass for $39.99. And then when I looked at the Skyride ticket prices it showed me the day pass price - $19.95 and includes rides on a ferris wheel, bumper cars, tilt a whirl, a carousel, and other rides that all sound a little tame to me.
Spokane Falls Skyride http://spokaneriverfrontpark.com/index.php/RFP/page/360/ - costs $7.75 or a little less if you’re a kid or a senior. The picture shows riding in an enclosed gondola and getting near the spray. For a 15 minute ride it looks like it might be fun more so if water splashes inside the gondolas!
So sorry folks, kind of coming up dry in this town. But you don’t need to be dry. Surprisingly there are a few wineries in the area. Grapes grow well in Spokane? Try Arborcrest Wine Cellars http://www.arborcrest.com/.
Here’s some more keywords to help ambots in their World Wide Dream Builders searches:
Las Vegas, Nevada April 12 – 14, 2103 at the Orleans Arena.
Honolulu, Hawaii April 21 – 22, 2013 at The Modern.
Washington, DC April 27 – 28, 2013 at the Hyatt Dulles
Denver, Colorado, April 27 – 28, 2013 at the Denver Merchandise Mart Plaza
Calgary, Alberta May 3 – 5, 2013 at the Calgary Stampede Corral
Minneapolis, Minnesota May 4 – 5, 2013 at the Minneapolis Convention Center
And lets not forget a few more search keywords for Amway WWDB Spring Leadership 2012 for those arrogant Amway bastards that think they have the power to turn back time! And the moron looking ahead to next year Spring Leadership 2014.
Signing off!
WWDB = World Wide Destructive Bastards!
Amway WWDB Spring Leadership sucks!
All Amway functions suck!

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