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18 July 2001 Issue
Circus Billboards

The Animal Protection Institute (API) is offering Free Anti-Circus Billboards, Posters, Flyers, and Educational Packets to grassroots individuals and groups.

The Anti-Circus Billboards are an easy way to send the anti-circus message to a large number of people! They cost about the same as a small newspaper ad and are usually posted for an entire month! API's billboard features a picture of three chained elephants with the text: "The Cruelest Show on Earth. Say NO to Animal Circuses." The ads are available in English or Spanish and ready to be shipped out now. API will cover printing and shipping costs and provide assistance with placing the ads. API will also assist you in sending out a press release for media coverage. There is also space at the bottom for you to add the contact information for your group.

View the billboard at: http://www.api4animals.org/doc.asp?ID=1016 

The Anti-Circus Posters, 18 x 24 featuring chained elephants in full color with text: "The Cruelest Show on Earth " Say NO to Animal Circuses. Get yours now before circus season is in full swing and we have to start charging for them this fall.

View the poster here: http://www.api4animals.org/doc.asp?ID=1037 

API's Anti-Circus Flyers "The Big Lie Under The Big Top" are great for handing out at tabling events or leafleting at circus protests.

API has prepared an Anti-Circus Educational Packet to assist local activists with their circus campaign. From model ordinances to various sample letters to current performing animal incidents, this packet is a valuable tool.

Those interested should contact Kymberlie Adams, API Program Assistant, at 1-800-348-7387 or "kymberlie@api4animals.org.

Kymberlie L. Adams

Program Assistant

Animal Protection Institute

email: kymberlie@api4animals.org

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