Friday, February 6, 2009
The Kellogg Company Drops Michael Phelps, The Cannabis Community Drops Kellogg’s
And now a message from NORML:
Tell Kelloggs their actions against Phelps will not be tolerated!
Please take time today to contact the Kellogg Corporation.
Tell them that you oppose their decision to drop Michael Phelps and that, as a result you WILL NOT BE PURCHASING ANY KELLOGGS RELATED PRODUCTS (until the company decides to reinstate the Phelps as their spokesperson).
There are several ways you can make your opinion known to the company.
You can call Kellogg’s main telephone number during east coast business hours, Monday through Friday, at: (269) 961-2000 or toll free at: 1 (800) 962-1413.
You can e-mail Kellogg’s consumer services department by visiting: http://www2.kelloggs.com/ContactUs. aspx.
You can contact Kellogg’s media relation department at: 269-961-3799 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can e-mail Kellogg’s corporate responsibility department at: email@example.com .
You can e-mail Kellogg’s investor relations department at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Or finally, you can write the Kellogg Company a letter at:
One Kellogg Square
P.O. Box 3599
Battle Creek, MI 49016-3599
When contacting the company, please be polite and concise. Tell them:
“Hi, my name is _____________ and I’m a frequent consumer of Kellogg’s products.
Nearly one out of two Americans has used marijuana. This includes tens of thousands of prominent, highly successful Americans — including our current President. Michael Phelps should not be stigmatized nor condemned for private behavior that he, and millions of others, engage in on a daily basis.
The majority of the public, as well as those in the media, are standing behind Michael Phelps and so am I. I will no longer be purchasing Kellogg’s brand products until your company reverses its decision and reinstates Michael Phelps as your spokesperson.”
Thank you for standing up against the needless discrimination of cannabis consumers.
It’s the absurd and hypocritical laws that criminalize the behavior of Phelps and tens of millions of other successful and productive Americans like him that is worthy of condemnation.
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