Billboard Company Refuses to Honor U.S. Navy Veterans

Outfront Media, Inc. of Massachusetts refuses to Stand with US. Veterans and Honor the USS Liberty.

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HonorLibertyVets.org placed a billboard in New Bedford, MA, to honor USS Liberty veterans and to help them and their families get the respect and help they deserve.

But Israeli partisans complained with one threatening to take his business elsewhere.  So the billboard company reneged on their contract and took the billboard down two weeks early.

The crew of the USS Liberty is the most decorated crew since World War II. It is among the most decorated crews for a single engagement in the entire history of the United States Navy. Yet, the attack has never received a full investigation, as required by law.

Now we’re asking others to SHARE THIS IMAGE to honor these men and their 34 shipmates who never returned and to out this billboard company that is neglecting to stand for our American servicemen.

TAKE ACTION NOW!

Please contact Outfront Media, Inc and demand they put the billboard back up:

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Direct your messages to CEO Jeremy J. Male and tell him that Americans honor men who have served their country and hope that Outdoor Media does, too.

Thank you for helping these veterans and their families.

To see photos and help, visit HonorLibertyVets.org

 

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