Saturday, May 19, 2012

Update #25 – TrayMom™ Fundraising Exploitation Tour Heads to Baltimore Mega-Church “Empowerment Temple”

Mo Money, Mo Money, Mo Money

Less than a week after returning from an exhaustive fundraising trip to London England the Trayvon™ Trail of Tears Tour brings back the road show and heads to Baltimore Maryland.

Traymom™ (seen here) and the Scheme Team™ are back on the road this weekend with plans to speak Sunday at a Baltimore mega-church, Empowerment Temple. A fitting venue to capitalize on newly headlined Trayvon™ optics. Simultaneously the Scheme Team™ will be able to literally repay church pastor, Reverend Jamal-Harrison Bryant, with a handsome 20% indulgence fee for his prior support in Florida.

TrayMom™ Sybrina Fulton’s appearance at Empowerment Temple Church in Northwest Baltimore will be her first in the city, and an opportunity for local parishioners to hear from “a mother who has grieved but still has strength,” according to the Rev. Jamal-Harrison Bryant, who founded the 8,000-member church in 2000.

It will also be the congregations first opportunity to contribute directly to the TrayMom™, Martin, Crump, Sharpton, Jackson and NAACP entourage.

Reverend Bryant personally arranged TrayMom™ Fulton’s visit, after having developed a mutually beneficial relationship with Martin’s Scheme Team family in the past three months. It seems like only yesterday when Rev Jamal Bryant stood on a Florida stage with the Scheme Team family amid the flash bulbs and spotlights after George Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder.

At the Scheme Team Family news conference Bryant proclaimed:

“Many said we were rabble-rousers and outside agitators”. ”We are here because injustice is here. We are going to stay on this case until all of the Trayvon Martins across America have their place in the halls of justice.”

Ah yes, those golden halls o’ justice and Benjamin laden pathways paved with c-notes to temper the tears.

TrayMom™ Fulton’s Sunday call to offering will be especially poignant for those who have lost their own loved ones to violence, and feel the need to temper their own tears with the release of doves and dollars.

“We’ve encouraged people within our congregation, if they know someone who has suffered a similar loss, to come on Sunday,” Bryant said.

Times are tough, folks are experiencing a recession, and the church needs a boost.

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