Tune in Tonight to Hear Why I’m Protesting the Great Bull Run

ImageAfter reading this blog post that I wrote a few weeks ago, as well as seeing all of my tweets and Facebook posts as of late, you can probably imagine that I’m passionately against the Great Bull Run. You also may already know that I’ve been working with Georgia Animal Rights and Protection (GARP) to put an end to this event that is scheduled to come to Conyers, Georgia in October. We created a petition that’s been circulating for the past two days, and I’m thrilled to announce that we already have more than 1,000 signatures. People from all over the world are signing this petition, and their comments show me that they’re just as outraged about this event as I am. For more information about GARP’s efforts in protesting this event, check out our petition and please consider signing and sharing it. Our goal is to get to 5,000 signatures by October 19th.

I’ve been asked by the host of Second Opinion Radio to come on tonight at 6 PM EST to talk about the Great Bull Run and our campaign against it. There are several ways you can tune in: if you live in Atlanta, you can turn the dial to 89.3 FM; otherwise, you can listen live online by visiting http://tunein.com/radio/Second-Opinion-p420300/ or www.wrfg.org.

For those who have signed and shared the petition already, I really appreciate your support! Together we can speak up for the voiceless and stop animal exploitation.

3 thoughts on “Tune in Tonight to Hear Why I’m Protesting the Great Bull Run

  1. Reblogged this on Sasieology and commented:
    Please, please, please have a read of Alison’s post and support the good work she is doing by signing the petition if you are against bull running. To my blogging friends here in the UK – remember that whatever happens in the USA, we usually follow not long afterwards. If this practice is allowed to continue, it won’t be long until our streets are used for the same barbaric events.

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