Monday, October 12, 2020 – WALNUT – Continuing in the tradition and leadership of Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B) supporting and showcasing minoritieson the Right, on October 17th (Saturday) at 11 am, you are cordially invited to join our Walnut Family Fair in partnership with Candace Owens‘ organization, Blexit. This will be a nonpartisan showcase of conservative values for the Asian, Latino and Black communities. RSVP Here
This event is in lieu of an ongoing family festival the City has thrown for decades, cancelled this year due to COVID. It will be a grand showcase of the Christian community, school choice community and two organizations, Asian Industry B2B and Blexit.
Besides the speakers, which will feature everyday stories from community leaders and participants as we celebrate the everyday man and woman, we will also have Blexit President Pierre Wilson, representatives from the White House, and local politicians such as Senator Ling Ling Chang’s office.
We will feature many segments of entertainment, including a puppet show, a petting zoo featuring baby goats courtesy of Save The Animals Today by Pattie Roberts, a dog parade and contest, pet blessings, a high school debate on the topics of creationism vs. evolution and abortion, a youth entrepreneurship showcase and a U.S. history re-enactment.
Food will be sponsored by Starbucks, Chick-Fil-A and Pirates Bistro to ensure everyone is well nourished.
Exhibitors will include various charter schools, home school associations, neighboring churches and supportive local businesses such as ASEA, Nerovana, Analia Anderson Shirts and David Bare.
Sanitation is provided by the City of Walnut, and COVID-compliant measures will be in place throughout the event. We are thankful to speakers, Walnut City Council members Eric Ching and Nancy Tragarz, as well as local Los Angeles Sheriff, who will be at the event. Famous character Officer McGruff will also be on premises for an hour to greet the children.
The leadership of organizer Marc Ang, President and Founder of Asian Industry B2B, on Southern California community events through the years has been featured in the following media outlets: Fox News Channel with Martha MacCallum’s The Story, KTLA5, KCAL9 (CBS), Fox local, KCRW and Asian media such as World Journal, Epoch Times, Balitang America, Philippine Post and Asian Journal.
Marc is also working extensively with Blexit’s Western regional head, Joshua Fontanilla, who will emcee this event. Josh and Marc worked to bring a cohort of dozens of conservative minorities from California to Washington D.C., where about 2,000 minority conservatives gathered to hear the President’s first speech since recovering from COVID and to peacefully protest through the streets of D.C. This successful event was captured by almost every national media outlet.
AIB2B will have two car rallies, one in Irvine on October 24th at 9:30 am to support candidate Greg Raths (RSVP here) and a second in the South Bay on October 25th at 9 am, to unite Asian groups for an Asians for Trump rally (RSVP here). You are invited to these events, where the press can interview participants from 9 am to 10 am and listen to speakers. At 10 am, our caravans will hit key locations in the surrounding areas.