The New Building 7 Ad is Here
The new Building 7 ad is here, and with your support, it will be saturating the NYC airwaves one month from now.
Since December we have raised over $75,000. We now need only $25,000 more to launch the second round of TV spots, which will reach another one million viewers and bring us even greater media exposure—the kind of exposure that will ignite widespread discussion of Building 7 and generate enough public pressure to bring about a new investigation.
Please watch the new ad, and please donate generously. Many of you have donated two or three times already; we ask you to donate just one more time to push us across the finish line.
We are also pleased to announce that “Remember Building 7” is officially the new campaign name that will take us into next phase of our effort.
While “BuildingWhat?” was the perfect articulation of why Building 7’s collapse has not been properly investigated, it became clear that we needed “Building 7” to be in the name if we are to reach the point where no one will ever respond with the words, “Building what?”, when Building 7 is mentioned.
Today is also the day of our conference at the University of Hartford: “Investigate Building 7: A Call to Reexamine the Most Important Event of Our Time.” For those of you who are close to West Hartford, we encourage you to attend. Events run until 9:30pm, and we have a stellar lineup including all of the family members featured in the ad—Jane Pollicino, Bob McIlvaine, Manny Badillo, and Valerie Lucznikowska—as well as Richard Gage, Dr. William Pepper, Dr. Graeme MacQueen, Kevin Ryan, Tony Szamboti, Mark Crispin Miller, and renowned journalists Leslie Griffith, Craig Unger, and Dick Russell, who will be discussing his new book coauthored with Jesse Ventura, “63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read.” More information is at InvestigateBuilding7.org. For those of you who cannot attend, you will be able to see footage of the event in the coming weeks, and during this year’s anniversary when a major French TV channel releases its documentary about our campaign.
Thank you for believing in our strategy.
Your generous support will continue to make the difference.
The Remember Building 7 Team
For more details about the Remember Building 7 campaign, visit RememberBuilding7.org