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You could read about the SSPX and other Latin Mass groups and how groups of parishioners brought Priests in to say Mass. As has been mentioned, it will probably start with a "circuit rider" being brought in periodically, maybe once a month. You are fortunate in that it might be easier to find an actual church to hold the Mass rather than making due with wherever would let you rent a room.
I would think you could draw people from a 40-50 mile radius. Once the group grew large enough, head up the road 50 miles and begin another. Once you have 2-3 groups in an area you should be able to set up a regular schedule and pay the priest enough as a part time position plus travel (Thinking $500 per week plus a $75 for gas) to make it a weekly or biweekly event.
On the off weeks, the lay leaders could hold a Bible Study or Evening Prayer to keep people connected.
There are a ton of Protestant resources on church planting / growth which would have some valuable information. Obviously you would "take what you could and leave the rest" meaning use the practical operational information and leave the theology.
Most of all, pray. The Holy Spirit will provide the connections needed if this is supposed to happen.
I would consider this post with caution. The SSPX recruits priests who act illicitly, who have no bishop ordinary. Catholics, both Latin Rite and Eastern, should worship only with clergy who are in union with a bishop ordinary. There are a few organizations out there, including one called "rent a priest"!, that would only too gladly supply your need, but should be avoided. So "recruit priest" should be done only through a diocese, or religious order in union with the Church.
If an Eastern Catholic priest in union with his bishop ordinary can be located, but can only offer Mass once a month for now, the prudent action would of course be to attend on off weeks another Catholic Eastern Rite if available, or the Latin Rite if that is the only one locally available, to fulfill the Sunday obligation.
Any bible study or evening prayer conducted by laity would be beneficial, but supplement the actual licit, weekly liturgy. It goes without saying that the Eastern Rite diocese should be made aware of this concern, and their advice sought on how best to meet the need. In my area of the US, Eastern Catholic priests often cover other Rites besides their own (with permission), and most if not all are bi ritual, covering Latin Rite Masses. A few Latin Rite priests are bi ritual, covering an Eastern Rite.