BuildingWhat? New TV Spot To Be Unveiled at Hartford Event on March 26


source: Building What    Mar 18, 2011

The BuildingWhat? campaign is thrilled to announce that two weeks from now on Saturday March 26 we will be holding an event in West Hartford, CT to unveil our new TV spot and kick off a marathon six-month effort to create widespread awareness of the collapse of Building 7. With your support and the support of thousands of others, the TV spot will air in late April and be seen by millions of viewers in the New York Metropolitan Area, setting the stage for an even larger ad campaign during the week of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.

Investigate Building 7

Investigate Building 7: A Call to Reexamine the Most Important Event of Our Time will run from 9:30am to 9:30pm on Saturday March 26 at the University of Hartford’s Millard Auditorium.  This historic event will feature the most articulate voices in the growing movement to bring about a new 9/11 investigation.  Experts who have studied the events of 9/11 extensively will introduce irrefutable evidence demonstrating the need for a new investigation, and they will be calling upon New York City elected officials and the media to reexamine the most important event of our time, starting with the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7.

A ticket for this full-day event is only $20.  We are counting on you to fill this beautiful 400-seat auditorium because major international news media will be filming the event, and we are also likely to draw coverage from domestic news media including live television coverage.

For more information and to buy tickets online through the University of Hartford’s box office, please go to InvestigateBuilding7.org.  Tickets will be available at the door, but seating capacity is limited, so we strongly urge you to buy your tickets online now.

For those of you who are too far away to attend, we will be releasing the TV spot online as the event commences.  For those of you who can come, we look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

The BuildingWhat? Team

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