One of the places that Amway World Wide Dream Builders is holding Free Enterprise Days is in Denver Colorado October 10 – 12 2014.
Denver of course is one of those places where Amway ambots love to walk the beaches of the world!
Its time to come up with some better things to do in Denver instead of attending the Amway brainwashing conference. Hell sitting in your hotel room watching TV would be a much better option than getting FED up listening to a bunch of Ken and Barbie Ambots spout off their Amspeak bullshit!
As usual this blog is getting tons of hits from ambots desperate to find information on how they can love and worship their cult leaders and hand over all their money to them. Its not my fault that Amway WWDB is so secretive about keeping this information away from the ambots who want to learn more so they have to come here for the information they seek.
Here’s my advice. Don’t go! There are better things to do in Denver! And lower priced!
October is a little early for skiing but I’ve found some other things to do.
Denver Zoo - 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? Admission is $17 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. http://www.denverzoo.org/
Denver Art Museum - if you’re into looking at works of art this is the place to be. It costs $13. Slightly cheaper if you’re a Colorado resident, a senior or a student. Where’s that coin for the toss? Museum or zoo? Goodbye Picasso hello lions. http://www.denverartmuseum.org/
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. http://www.wingsmuseum.org/
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. Lets see. We have our choice. Going to an evening of Amway horrors for $125+ or learning about the horror hundreds of passengers went through after their ship hit an iceberg. I know which one I’m choosing! http://www.mollybrown.org/
Elitch Gardens - October is Fright Fest month at the theme park. I couldn’t figure out how much the tickets cost but last year it was $50.00 for the full experience. I saw a $75 price tag but that seemed to be in conjunction with something else and then a bunch of $15 and $20 type tickets for various things, so who knows. 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! https://www.elitchgardens.com/frightfest/
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. http://16thstreetmalldenver.com/