ORDER CAVS ZINE 2 ONLINE NOW!
Fresh off the printing press. The Bible of Cavs Fandom.
I like to think I’m cheering for the ethos of “Tonight’s the Night”. Remind yourself what that is daily, by spinning that Michael Stanley Flexi that comes with each copy of Cavs Zine 2!
Starting NOW, you can order a copy of Cavs Zine 2 online using this link:
It’s still free (For Cavs Fans), but you have to pay $3 for shipping and handling. I tried to do mailing myself with issue 1, but it wasn’t exactly an organized effort and things didn’t get done the right way. Our friends at Chunksaah records – obviously Heartland Rock fans – are mail order experts. Fill out the form, pay the $3 for the postage, handling and to support the job of the expert who records your information and puts your name and address on the label, then sit and stare at your mailbox and wait for Cavs Zine 2: The Bible of Cavs Fandom.
GET CAVS ZINE IN PERSON
There’s two places you can get Cavs Zine 2 in person for free right now.
1. Mullarkey’s Irish Pub in Downtown Willoughby.
To quote Mr. Bowers: “If you don’t know where Mullarkey’s is, you better ask somebody. Or, you can click on this link here which will tell you Mullarkey’s is located on the corner of Erie and Second Street in the heart of Downtown Willoughby, just east of Cleveland.” Go up to the bartender, a Cavs fan like yourself, and ask for a copy. It’s not like they’re sitting out where any asshole can grab them all, take them back to LRMR headquarters to try and figure out how to buy us all off.
2. Blue Rock Cafe in Hudson.
I’m told if you go up to the bar at the Blue Rock Cafe and say you know Cavs Zine writer Ben Cox, you may not only walk out with a free Cavs Zine, but also a brewski. It might make sense to plan on staying a while and catching a rock and roll show. Also they have an open mic night, so you might want to brush up on your Heartland Rock anthems and show em what you got.
LIMITED TO 300 COPIES. GET ONE ASAP. THEY WILL GO FAST.