HELP THE TRAVEL BUGS COME TO ENGLAND!!!
The good folks at Geocoin Fest 2019 in Manchester, UK are playing host to the first ever European Travel Bugs concert. As always, these events run on blood, sweat and tears, so I’m trying to help raise some funds to make this more feasible for them.
So, if you are a geocacher and would like to support this effort, we could use your help. You can use the PayPal buttons on this page to donate money toward making this concert happen. I would be greatly appreciative for any support I can get.
To sweeten the pot, if you donate funds, I will send you a link to download the latest Travel Bugs song “The Worst Cacher”. It’s a fun little ditty about a poor guy whose initials are “DNF”, so you can imagine his plight. You will also of course have my undying gratitude.
To further entice you, anyone donating $20 or more can get access to acoustic versions of the Travel Bugs songs. I am creating these so that the band Bugsey Travels and the Ammo Boxes, who will be the backup band for the live perfomance, can practice and learn the songs.
But for $20, you too can get them... along with a download link for “The Worst Cacher” AND my undying gratitude.
Anyone donating $50 or more can get a signed copy of The Travel Bugs’ CD “Found It!” AND a download link for “The Worst Cacher” AND my undying gratitude. I’ll have to open the shrink wrap to sign it, but it will be a new CD.
“But wait!”, you say, “I want more!” Well if you donate $100 or more, I will put your Geocaching handle in a song that I’m writing for the event along with a signed copy of The Travel Bugs’ CD “Found It!” AND a download link for “The Worst Cacher” AND my undying gratitude.
And if you’re just plain heroic and want to bankroll the whole thing (I’m talking to you Zuckerberg), donate $500 or more, and I’ll personally interview you and write and record a custom song for you, that you will have as your own …and of course I will put your Geocaching handle in a song that I’m writing for the event along with a signed copy of The Travel Bugs’ CD “Found It!” AND a download link for “The Worst Cacher” AND my undying gratitude. THERE IS ONLY ONE OF THESE SPOTS LEFT!
So, if you are interested in helping to make this historic performance a reality, you can use the button below to do so, and please, please share this page with your Geocaching friends.
Thanks a million, and happy geocaching!
- Steve (The Travel Bugs)