Animal Writes
From 16 January 2005 Issue

Meatout 20th Anniversary

Help your community "Kick the Meat Habit" this Spring with the 20th anniversary observance of the Great American Meatout!

Join thousands of animal and consumer activists in all 50 states and 30 other countries in organizing outreach events that get your friends and neighbors to explore a wholesome, nonviolent diet of vegetables, fruits, and grains!

Meatout launches its 20th Anniversary observance with a new website at and exciting new events! For details, read on below and check out the website!

Hold an event (large or small) on or around March 20... you decide the details. Visit our Action Center at for ideas. We provide instructions, materials, media, and online Events Directory. You provide a few hours, a lot of heart, and representation for your community.

Organize a Meatout Walk to raise funds that will expand the reach of future Meatout campaigns and increase awareness of vegetarianism in your community. We have awesome prizes for organizers of the best walks! Check details at

Please register at or call 1-800-MEATOUT, even if your plans are incomplete (you can update anytime). You can then request an Event Pack with an official Meatout banner, color posters, handouts, stickers and more!

Frank J. Gomez and the Meatout 2005 Team -------------------- FARM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public interest organization promoting meat-free and dairy-free foods for a healthy, well-fed world.

10101 Ashburton Lane | Bethesda, MD 20817 | 1-800-MEATOUT

Register your Meatout 2005 event at!  Register for the AR2005 conference at!

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