Rex Rice Launches First Ad for Congress
For Immediate Release: Monday, March 15, 2010
Contact: Trent Acker, 864-640-5165 or Adam Piper, 803-237-0974
Rex Rice Launches First Ad in the 3rd District Race
”Enough” Highlights Rice’s Small Business Background and Conservative Beliefs
Easley, SC – State Representative Rex Rice (R-Easley) launched the first television ad in the race for Congress in the Third District. “Enough” highlights Rice’s 30 years of experience as a small business owner and features Rice on camera discussing his principled conservative convictions and the common sense that “when money is tight, you spend less – not more.”
The thirty second spot began airing today and will be run throughout the entire Third Congressional District in both the Greenville and Augusta media markets.
The ad can be seen online at www.RexRice.com.
“Everywhere I go, people tell me ‘enough is enough;’ that Washington doesn’t get it; and that we need to do something about it. I agree one hundred percent. That is why we decided to make this the central message in our first television ad,” Rice stated.
“This ad also highlights my belief that we must pass conservative reforms such as a stop on deficit spending, a balanced budget amendment, and tax cuts for working families. As a small business owner, I’ve met payrolls and balanced budgets for thirty years. Doing so has taken common sense and hard work and that is exactly what I will bring the Third District as its Congressman,” Rice continued.
Script of “Enough”
Rex Rice for Congress :30 TV Ad
Announcer: Conservative Republican Rex Rice
Rex Rice: As a small business owner, it’s common sense that when money is tight, you spend less – not more and Washington doesn’t understand that.
Rex Rice: Everyday people tell me enough is enough.
Announcer: In Congress, Rex Rice will stop deficit spending, fight to pass a balanced budget amendment and cut taxes for working families.
Announcer: Conservative Republican Rex Rice for Congress
Rex Rice: I’m Rex Rice and I approve this message.
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