This week, BizPac Review welcomed Rush Limbaugh’s company, Two If By Tea, aboard as an advertiser. It’s a win-win for everyone who frequents BizPac Review’s pages.
Thanks to Two If By Tea’s special introductory offer, you can buy a case of the conservative talk radio superstar’s delicious ice tea for just $10, with shipping included.
We wanted to have the best iced tea out there, and we think that we do. All you gotta do is taste it, and I’m confident you’ll agree. Crack a bottle of blueberry iced tea. You won’t believe how good it is! Or the peach. Any of it. It’s all good. We also sponsor the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation. It’s an incredible organization. They provide scholarships to the children of fallen heroes, lost either abroad or here when domestic tragedies like 9/11 occur.
A case of Limbaugh’s highly acclaimed ice tea usually runs $23.76, including shipping. So don’t delay. Take advantage of this great offer by clicking on any one of BizPac Review’s Two If By Tea ads, which will bring you to its website, then enter the promotional code, “RUSHTEA” when you order.
Not only will you get a case of this scrumptious beverage, but you’ll be helping to support the Marine Corps – Law Enforcement Foundation.
The Marine Corps – Law Enforcement Foundation, certified as one of America’s best charities, provides assistance to the children of U.S. Marine and federal law enforcement personnel killed in the line of duty or under extraordinary circumstances while serving our country.
Two If by Tea has donated over $1 million to this important and worthy cause.
The $10-per-case price is an introductory offer, so you’ll only be able to buy it at that price once, and for a limited time.
Thank Rush for his commitment to our country, and to the cause of American conservatism, by supporting the Marine Corps – Law Enforcement Foundation, and treating yourself to some tasty tea.
Rush Limbaugh: Two If By Tea Donates Over $1 Million
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