Segway Special Interest Group
We have all heard of special interest groups, and many people have a negative connotation attached to the term. We tend to think of things like big tobacco and oil companies that try to influence the government for their own gain. But others, such as a Segway special interest group, work to promote positive things. A Segway is a useful invention, one that has many positive effects people’s lives. It can help those who have trouble moving regain their independence, as well as ease congestion in large cities and provide a transportation solution for many organizations. A Segway special interest group would point out these numerous positive aspects of the invention. Those who have painful arthritis or chronic bronchitis that makes it difficult for them to breathe would be greatly helped by Segways.
They would be moved around their house, neighborhood, and even city with little effort, giving them back their independence. For those living in large cities, transportation can be a struggle. Many live far enough away from work that they need to take a bus or the subway, but close enough that they could easily commute on a Segway. And any organization that is based in a corporate campus, several buildings scattered on grounds, could use the Segway for transportation on that campus. A Segway special interest group could appeal to any of the corporations that are organized this way, as well as universities or the army. There are many benefits of the Segway, which a special interest group could illustrate to skeptics.
Segway transportation is useful for urban dwellers and police officers.
Segway owners use their machines for convenience, speed, and recreation.