From FARM - email@example.com
Allright. So you decided you didn't have time to plan a
fancy Meatout event this year. Fair enough. Here's what you can do to
relieve the guilt while helping lots of animals (and people):
Send your complete contact information to
firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you
a colorful poster, a greeting sign, and 40 neat little 'Kick the Meat
Habit' brochures. Then it's decision time.
@ Workplace Feed-In. On your way to work on March 18 or
19, pick up some soy lunch 'meats,' veggie burgers, or soy dogs, a jar
of mustard, and a loaf of sliced bread or buns. Put them out on your
workplace or dorm lunch table with the 'Kick' brochures and place the
poster and sign behind.
@ Retail Outreach. Get your local health food store or
coop to place the poster in the window and the 'Kicks' by the checkout
@ Exhibit. Display the poster, sign, and 'Kicks' in your
local library or student union. If you get ambitious, we can send you
additional posters and large color photos.
Although Meatout is officially on March 20, you can
conduct these activities before and after that date. The animals will
still appreciate it.
Give us a ring at 1-800-MEATOUT or visit
http://www.meatout.org, if you have
any questions. You may want to check out other events in your area at
Enjoy! The Meatout Folks.
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