Anti Horse Slaughter Billboards Across America!

by Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue, Inc.
Aug 11, 2011

Richmond Billboard Makes Channel 6 News!

One of our most visible billboards was recently featured on the news in Richmond, VA. Channel 6 - WTVR did a story on August 8, 2010 and it was great! Check out the clip and pay special attention to the "animal lover" lady. 

This story is about 2 minutes long - the two random folks interviewed for the story are prime examples of the exact reaction we wanted from the billboard campaign - making folks aware that horses are being slaughtered. Folks with no horse experience are becoming aware that horses are being brutally slaughtered to the tune of 100,000 each year being shipped to Mexico and Canada. As a DIRECT result of this campaign. 

Check out the link below.

Click here to watch video clip

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Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue, Inc.

Location: Glenville, Pennsylvania - USA
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Project Leader:
Jo Deibel
Glenville, Pennsylvania United States

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