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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Giant Abortion Victim Banners to Go Airborne Over RNC and DNC



Mark Harrington, National Director
Created Equal


Cleveland, OH – July 12, 2016 – On July 13, Created Equal will begin flying graphic abortion tow banners over the city of Cleveland as part of an outreach known as #OperationRNC during the Republican National Convention.

An aerial tow banner of a 15-week abortion will be juxtaposed to the words "Rescue uNborn Children."

In addition to the airplane banners, Created Equal has scheduled outdoor events around the Cleveland area July 13-15. To see our schedule, use this link. 

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#OperationRNC - Airborne Tow Banner Campaign
Who: Created Equal
What: An airplane tow banner displaying a 50' x 100' photo of a 15-week aborted fetus juxtaposed to the words "Rescue uNborn Children."
Where: Skies directly over downtown Cleveland, OH.
When: July 13-21 at the RNC (weather permitting).
"Created Equal will increase the presence of these horrifying pictures of abortion leading up to the RNC and at the DNC. Our goal is to send a strong signal to the to both political parties to rescue and defend unborn children." -- Mark Harrington, National Director, Created Equal

If the Secret Service and the Federal Aviation Administration impose Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) for a longer period than is typical for a national convention or restrict more airspace than is typical for this event, Created Equal will also fly its aircraft in Cleveland far longer than is typical for a national party conference.

WILL YOU FINANCIALLY SUPPORT CREATED EQUAL? YOUR GIFT  ALLOWS US TO PURCHASE MORE SIGNS TO FLY OVER THE DNC IN PHILADELPHIA JULY 25-28.

You can give online HERE or send your check to: Created Equal, PO Box 360502, Columbus, OH 43236. Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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