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Ozarks event moved to KC, but ticket holders without a way to get here appear stuck

Updated: 2013-08-21T21:58:00Z


A Missouri conference featuring an appearance from radio talker Glenn Beck has been moved from the Ozarks to Kansas City — and ticket-holders who can’t make it here can’t get refunds.

That’s the story from the Springfield News-Leader. The whole thing is here.

From the story: “A conference featuring firebrand radio personality Glenn Beck has been moved from the Ozarks to Kansas City.

But if you cannot make it and you are looking for a quick refund — well, tough.

Organizers of Covenant America say tickets purchased will not be refunded. The tickets run $70 per individual, and $50 for seniors, students and veterans.”

From the group’s website:

“Covenant America is a non-profit organization, established to publish and distribute the Covenant America 76-foot Display to teach the miracles and history surrounding the Declaration of Independence and the relationship between God, the People, and Government. These events help raise money to accomplish this purpose. All ticket sales are considered a donation. Therefore, there are no ticket refunds.”

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