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tmorman at nc.rr.com
Sat Dec 13 18:48:47 EST 2008
I think the solution's pretty easy, looking at it from down the road:
Protest in front of their office a couple of times. Make it fun and
unpredictable with sharp funny signs and music (might help CD Alley's
business, too). Get the press there and give them something to photograph.
Take a lesson from the folks who took over that factory in Chicago and make
your demands simple and clear: 1) an apology and 2) a promise that they will
I don't know what "starting the ball rolling" means for the Downtown
Partnership, but include direct phone calls to all city council members and
the mayor. The more business owners who make a simple call to say "It's not
right to cover other folks posters and this company is consistently the
worst offender and doesn't respond to polite requests, and we'd like them to
respect their fellow local businesses a little more, and stop making the
town look ugly besides, and are now wondering if you [council member] might
be able to help," the better, but it's still a pretty small town, isn't it?
Shouldn't be too hard to put some pressure on these fucks.
todd polite but forceful pressure morman
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