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Rethink911.org logo SEPTEMBER 4, 2013

ReThink911 Billboard Towers Over Times Square
Forward the Image Far and Wide

NYC’s committed supporters came ready on September 3rd to hand out brochures and educate the public immediately upon the heralded installation of the gigantic billboard overlooking Times Square. At least one million people will see this 54’ x 46’ billboard each day throughout the month of September, bringing unprecedented attention to the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7. We in the ReThink911 campaign would like to thank everyone who donated and worked so hard to bring this billboard to Times Square.

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Thank you for giving this critically important campaign your all. Together we can get the entire world talking about the third tower that fell on 9/11.

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ReThink911 is sponsored by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and Remember Building 7, a campaign by 9/11 family members to raise awareness of Building 7.

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