Join Casino Free Philadelphia for the launch of their latest campaign tomorrow

Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday evening, from 6-8:30pm at the offices of Liberty Resources, 714 Market Street, as we unveil our newest campaign during this critical phase.

As you know, we have been working for some time to brainstorm and plan. We’ve talked to many of you; we’ve analyzed the status of the various permit applications, the financial situation and the legal landscape. We’ve listened and we’ve even adjusted our game plan. Based on the external events, we believe our movement now has a short but incredibly valuable window of opportunity — about 6 months — to change hearts and minds. And, that’s just what we’re going to do, with your help and dedication.

Join us tomorrow, Wednesday evening, from 6-8:30pm, as we Declare Our Independence from Casinos. Join us to learn about our upcoming search for an elected official who will stand with us. Join us as we prepare to draft our manifesto against casinos in our City. Join us as we set out to organize citizens from all across Philadelphia.

At the meeting we’ll present to you an ambitious, necessary and forceful campaign; and we’ll continue to incorporate your input. We will provide an opportunity for you to plug into our efforts and become responsible for specific tasks. The time is right for you to become even more involved, even more committed and even more protective of your beloved City.

Bring your neighbors, bring your friends and bring your passion.


Amy, Ivan, Jethro and the entire team at Casino-Free Philadelphia

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