Dumb as a Box of Rocks Offers Opportunity to Let Candidates Know Their Actions Aren't Going Unnoticed

Feb 24, 2016, 13:03 ET from Box of Rocks

CLAYTON, Mo., Feb. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to political candidates, stupid has no party affiliation. Stupid is bipartisan. And stupid is equal opportunity. Neither side of the political divide has cornered the market on doing or saying dumb things.

So what's a voter to do?

Dumb as a Box of Rocks has the answer.

Frustrated citizens can go to www.dumbasaboxofrocks.com, select the offending politician from a list of 600 Senators, Representatives, Governors and the President, and then send them a box of actual rocks, emblazoned with the phrase "You Are As Dumb As A Box Of Rocks."

It's a rockin' solution for only $14.95 including shipping!

"Dumb as a Box of Rocks is a unique way to tell your not-so-favorite politician that their idiotic viewpoint or actions have insulted your intelligence," said Bob Vance, owner and founder of the internet-based company. "The great silent majority can let any politician know that they're mad as hell and they're not gonna take it anymore, and they can do it with rocks!"

Shipped via the United States Postal Service, the Dumb as a Box of Rocks package cannot be denied delivery, so citizens can be certain that their opinion will be heard.

There is also a charitable component, as $1 per box will be donated to children's charities throughout the world. Additionally, each box of rocks is packaged by special needs youths at the Elwyn Institute in California.

And in the remote chance that a politician does or says something smart, citizens can also send a "You Rock" package that includes delicious rock shaped chocolates.

Of course, neither package is limited to politicians. Folks can let people know they're awesome or imbeciles by providing any address for any person they choose.

About Dumb As A Box Of Rocks
The brainchild of entrepreneur Bob Vance, Dumb As A Box Of Rocks provides a tongue-in-cheek way for citizens to voice their displeasure with the action or words of their representatives in government. With more than 600 politicians listed on the website, people have a choice of sending a box of rocks to express anger or a rock-shaped chocolates to express appreciation. Shipments are fulfilled by special needs youths in California and a percentage of each box will be donated to children's charities around the world. For more information, visit www.dumbasaboxofrocks.com

Adam Matza

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SOURCE Box of Rocks