That's exactly what the local businesses are doing! I can't wait for the videos of the event. Sounds like the locals are going to make a good time out of this. Hell, now I want to go for the party!They could make this thing a whole "festival"...ask some bands to show up and play, put some tents and porta potties around the perimeter...make it like an alien Woodstock type thing. They could make a mint on the people who'd come just to watch the "Naruto runners" looking for aliens,
Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Bud Light, initially posted on Twitter, "We'd like to be the first brand to formally announce that we will not be sponsoring the Area 51 raid."
However, the brand quickly backtracked off that alienating claim, saying, "Screw it. Free Bud Light to any alien that makes it out."
The company even went as far as to make a label for its Area 51 Special Edition Bud Light.
"Greetings Earthlings. This is the famous Area 51," it says at the top of the can. "We know of no space beer by any other life form which is brewed and aged to be more refreshing. Our cryogenic aging produces a light bodied space lager with a fresh taste, a crisp, clean finish, and a smooth drinkability. Take us to your leader...for drinks."
There's just one catch: Anheuser-Busch is asking for 51,000 retweets to make it happen. The tweet still has a way to go.
All of this @Muriel Schwenck is the absolute truth, I've traveled the highway next to the zone many times.There are early warning sensors in a large buffer zone as someone approaches. By the time a person gets to the barrier which may be physical or electronic, armed soldiers will be waiting for them.