FUN AT THE WEST TEXAS PATRIOTS RALLY
Updated: Sep 16, 2021
The MAGA Mall exhibited at the West Texas Patriots Rally in Colorado City, Texas on September 10, 11 and 12.
The West Texas Patriots Rally is a the three-day event, organized by Kristin Browne, the chair of the Mitchell County, Texas Republican Party and held at the Mitchell County Fairgrounds. The rally hosted conservative speakers, including gubernatorial candidates Allen West and Don Huffines and included live country music, Tex-Mex and American food, and booths for candidates, conservative causes, local businesses and Trump merchandise.
Ronald Solomon, the president of The MAGA Mall, showcased over 60 MAGA and Trump caps, as well as, cowboy hats, a dozen T-shirt styles, 20 different Trump and patriotic flags, campaign buttons, coins, women's jewelry, bumper stickers and other patriotic products. "Trump Won", "Impeach 46" and "Don't Blame Me I Voted For Trump" T-shirts were very popular with attendees.
The rally started Friday night with a dinner hosted by Kristen Browne at Santiago's Restaurant in Colorado, City with vendors, conservative candidates and leaders. In attendance were Patriot Owned Businesses founder Tim Labatzky, Oil Tek CEO David Allen, West Texas Voice founder Theresa Beckmeyer, lieutenant governor candidate Aaron Sorrells and state senate candidate Stormy Bradley,
Saturday’s speakers included the author of The Five Star Plan: Replacing Politicians With Patriots Robert West, former ICE agent Victor Avila, Sarah Fields with the Texas Freedom Coalition, and Rachel Malone, the Texas director of Gun Owners of America.
A moment of silence for the victims of 9/11 and for the 13 brave soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan was observed Saturday morning.
On Saturday night, The Band Big Spring entertained the crowd with great county music.
Sunday started with an emotional and uplifting church service delivered by Jeff Gore. The day’s speakers included Texas GOP executive director John Beckmeyer, and former Texas GOP chair Allen West and businessman Don Huffines, both of whom are running for governor.
Everyone had a great and informative time and are looking forward to next year’s rally.