This November: An Opportunity to Put Our Message
Right in the Face of the New York Times
Hello ReThink911 Supporters!
The next phase of our ReThink911 campaign is upon us. After a tremendously successful launch in September and two weeks of vigorous outreach to the New York City media in October, it’s time to take our message to the next level this November.
The ReThink911 campaign has plans to do exactly that.
With your help, this 29-foot by 13-foot billboard directly across from the New York Times and Port Authority will be ours for the full month of November. Naturally, the opportunity to put a billboard right in front of the New York Times requires a “personalized message,” and so our billboard calls upon the Times to answer for its lack coverage of this vitally important issue. On top of that, it will be seen by 100,000 people each day!
But we can only afford this billboard and create the buzz we are looking for with your support. Between now and Monday, we must raise $24,000 to ensure our planned November 2 installation.
Do you want to put the truth about Building 7 right in face of the NY Times this November? If you do, please donate what you can today.
As you know, we raised $25,000 in just three days to keep our billboard in Times Square through the end of October. With 50,000 supporters receiving this email, there’s no reason we can’t do it again in the blink of an eye – if you do your part right now and donate!
After this fundraising drive is finished, come join us for the unveiling of the billboard on Saturday, November 2 if you’re close by. The more people who show up, the bigger a splash we’ll make – and that will translate into more attention throughout the rest of the month.
But for now, please chip in what you can to make this remarkable opportunity a reality and keep the ReThink911 campaign going strong through November – and into the future!
On behalf of the ReThink911 coalition, we thank you once again for your generous support and commitment to this vitally important cause.
Very truly yours,
Richard Gage, AIA and the ReThink911 Team