A full page, full color, explosive 9/11 Truth advertisement ran in the Plano Star Courier starting the week of Sunday June 26th, 2016. The dimensions of the full page ad are the typical newspaper size of approximately 10” X 21”. The ad will certainly spark Independence Day fireworks in time for a hot, North Texas 4th of July.
Since 2006, “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has tenaciously worked on projects, events, actions and outreach throughout the North Texas Area and Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, along with supporting many national 9/11 Truth campaigns. To date, “North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has given out more than 68,000 DVDs and literally tons of literature.
This September 2015, the “North Texans for 9/11 Truth Meetup Group” (http://www.meetup.com/9-11-249/ ) again performed a variety of actions to expose the 9/11 Cover-up which included an event designed to reach new people with more than 140 people attending, a successful Sign Wave, and also a far reaching Advertising Campaign.
Two Major Newspaper Advertising Campaigns in the Dallas - Ft Worth Area
*NOTE: Some advertising links may only be active for one week, especially the “linked animated boxes”.
For this September, 2015, ”North Texans for 9/11 Truth” ( http://www.meetup.com/9-11-249/ ) has been extremely busy with organizing events and actions.
Two of the many actions and events are presented in this article, “Two Major Newspaper Advertising Campaigns in the Dallas - Ft Worth Area”.
The University of Texas at Arlington and its School of Architecture Campaign.
”North Texans for 9/11 Truth” has been waging a campaign for years, and will continue to wage this campaign which targets a very large School of Architecture in North Texas.
The film studio Paramount has issued an apology after deleting a controversial tweet aimed at advertising the September 11 Australian release of the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film.
Though apparently unintentional, the combination of imagery and release date predictably elicited outrage online, for evoking the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, during which desperate victims were seen on camera leaping from the burning World Trade Center.
“North Texans for 9/11 Truth” http://www.northtexas911truth.com/ is proud to say that we are promoting three important 9/11 Truth organizations, in addition to promoting our local Video Premiere Event of "9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out". We would like to garner local attention and support for “Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth”,“RememberBuilding7.org” and “The Toronto Hearings”.
Each week, The Dallas Observer prints and distributes 86,000 free copies of its publication in addition to being available online. The Dallas Observer is also “married” to a separate national online advertising entity called “Backpage.com”.
In this week’s printed version of The Dallas Observer (Sept 1st-7th), we have a ¼ page sized ad running. It is located one page turn of the final back page. Also, we have a line ad on The Dallas Observer Backpage which promotes our Anniversary Video Premiere Event.
"North Texans for 9/11 Truth" would like to encourage individuals and groups to place classified ads and to utilize other promotional vehicles. Anyone can do this.
Report from a Grassroots Development Conference Call by 911Truth.org Thursday, April 24, 2008.
Expert on the call was Mr. Tom Monahan one of the nation’s top advertising gurus.
Here is a partial bio:
"Tom Monahan has trained over 200,000 people in the US, as well as in Canada, Europe and Asia in creativity and advertising. His company, Before & After, serves major global companies such as HP, Frito-Lay, AOL, Virgin Atlantic and Dunkin Donuts, as well as many other companies large and small, plus numerous professional organizations and educational institutions internationally.
During his former career as one of the top creative directors in advertising, Tom was a founder of Leonard/Monahan, an agency that served major marketers, was one of the most highly awarded ad agencies in America and was a launching pad for many of today's top advertising talents. Tom was featured in The Wall Street Journal's creative leaders series.