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In San Jose: CRUSH BIG OIL Initiative RALLY
Date Saturday September 18
Time 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
in front of Valero Gas Station:
corner of Moorpark Ave and Winchester Blvd, San Jose
(detailed directions below)
Event Type Protest
Organizer/Authorjohn
Emailjohn [at] greencorps.org
Crush Prop 23 Rally!
Valero Gas Station
Saturday, 18 Sep 2010, 1:00 PM

Come rally at the Valero gas station against corporate Valero's funding and support of Proposition 23, which is a deceptive ballot initiative that would effectively repeal California's landmark 2006 global warming law.

We'll be on the sidewalk with signs - it'll be a lot of fun and we'll get a lot of visibility for the issue and our campaign! We want to crush Proposition 23 and show the country and the world that California won't let corporations write our laws or decide our climate future!

We'll be bringing lots of signs, but if you want to create your own Crush Prop 23 sign, that's great as well. Also, we'll have free yard signs and bumper stickers to pick up.

Directions: 602 S Winchester Blvd. That's at the corner of Moorpark Ave and Winchester Blvd.

That is a quarter mile (on Winchester) north of Toys R Us and Century 24 Plaza. You can park at the gas station across from Valero, or in the little plaza (with an acupuncture facility, etc) across from Valero on Moorpark, or at one of the businesses right next to Valero on Winchester.
Added to the calendar on Wednesday Sep 15th, 2010 4:55 PM

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by Sigh
Thursday Sep 16th, 2010 7:56 PM
You do know that gas stations are largely owned by small businessmen, right? It's not like the corporate office cares what you're doing in front of a gas station.
by ...the word will be heard
Friday Sep 17th, 2010 2:31 AM
So if the small businessmen don't like it they can tell corporate what is happening at their stations. Also, people are thinking twice about filling up at Valero stations when they get the literature being passed out at stations. Environmentalists will carry on!
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