Be part of the SIT movement:
1. FIND AN OLD CHAIR TO REUSE.
You’ll find the chair in your garage, on the side of the road, thrown out in the garbage, a yard sale, etc. (Note: Don’t pay retail for new chair. The chairs have a tendency to disappear, due to their cool quotient)
2. REPAIR THE CHAIR.
Duct tape comes in a variety of patterns and colors, these days, so it’s my “Band-Aid” of choice, but you can use anything you find. Just make the chair safe – it may be holding up someone’s grandma.
3. DECORATE YOUR CHAIR.
You can use anything you like on your chair. I’ve used silk flowers, bottle caps, googly eyes, fabric, and even old patio umbrellas. Be sure to use things that are going to withstand the Florida weather. Your chair can say anything you like, but I recommend the “SIT” be on it somewhere (sometimes people don’t know what to do with it)
4. PLACE YOUR CHAIR.
Find a LYNX bus stop that doesn’t have a seat. The important thing is that you take a piece of string or twine and tie the chair to the bus sign or pole. The string helps keep the chair from walking away, believe it or not. If you have access to an old bike chain, even better.
5. TAKE A PICTURE & SHARE IT.
Take a picture of your chair and place it on your favorite social network. Share these instructions with your friends. Encourage them to be part of The SIT Project.
Start back at number 1, and have the same fun as many times at you want!