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NYC Times Square billboard can be ours for one more month!


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Rethink911.org logoSEPTEMBER 28, 2013

An Incredible Opportunity to Keep Our Billboard through October!

Hello ReThink911 Supporters!

Just when we thought the first ReThink911 ad campaign would be drawing to a close, we've been given an incredible opportunity to keep the unprecedented exposure going for yet another month. The owner of our Times Square billboard is looking to make a deal for the month of October and we have negotiated an amazing discount!

If we can raise the fee – just $25,000 – by the end of this Monday, we can keep our massive 54-foot tall billboard in Times Square for the full month of October! This will allow us to reach millions more people and gain additional media coverage of our crucially important 9/11 message.

A chance to get this level of exposure for this low of a price doesn't come along very often. (The original billboard cost us $44,000!) At nearly 50,000 supporters strong now because of the September campaign, we can raise this money in the blink of an eye and let the world know we're not going away. But we can't do it without you.

Donate what you can now, and let's work together in the month of October to ensure that the news media continues to cover our story. Stay tuned for our detailed action plan that involves you!

With the controversy our ads created in Canada, more than a dozen news stories written about the campaign, two polls strongly in our favor, over 150,000 views of the ReThink911 video, and millions of ad impressions, ReThink911 "Phase 1" has been a tremendous success! Let's keep it going for one more month – chip in what you can today!

On behalf of the ReThink911 coalition, we thank you for your generous support and commitment to this vitally important cause.

Very truly yours,

Richard Gage, AIA
Founder
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth

 
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