IGOLD 2019


Ride with the crew from Schrank’s Smoke ‘N Gun to IGOLD 2019! We chartered a coach bus for the round trip from Waukegan/Mundelein to Springfield. The cost is $40 per person.

Since our parking lot is rather small, we have made arrangements to park at St. Dismas Church, 2600 Sunset Ave, Waukegan. Please arrive by 5:45 – the bus will leave promptly at 6:00 AM. Our anticipated return time is 8:00 PM.

If Waukegan doesn’t work for you, we’ve added a pickup location in Mundelein! Please arrive at the Jewel parking lot by 6:15 – with an anticipated pickup time of 6.25.

If you have multiple attendees you’d like to register, please click “Continue Shopping” in the new Paypal window. You will automatically be brought back to this page.


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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Is alcohol allowed on the bus?
A. Sorry. Open alcohol is not allowed on the bus.

Q. Are meals provided?
A. No – the cost is for transportation only. You are welcome to bring snacks to eat on the bus, or a portable cooler with food items. There are ample opportunities to purchase food while in Springfield, as well.

Q. I use a wheelchair. Will I be able to ride on the bus?
A. Yes, but please notify us ahead of time so the bus company will be prepared to accommodate your needs.

Q. What activities are planned for IGOLD?
A. Convention Center doors open at 10:30 – program starts at 11:45. After the program, attendees march to the state capitol building to rally and meet with legislators. Make your voices heard and be back at the bus – which will leave promptly at 4:00 PM.

Q. Can I bring my CCW?
A. Prior to entering the Capitol building, all visitors must pass through metal detectors. It is best to leave any weapons at home.

Q. Will you be picking up at locations other than Waukegan?
A. Due to popular request, we added a pickup location in Mundelein. When registering, please choose the appropriate pickup location.

Q. Are children allowed to go to IGOLD?
A. ABSOLUTELY! Since this is Spring Break week, this is a great time to bring the kids to Springfield and engage them in the political process!