Citizens Against Ugly Street Spam
Would be grateful for anyone in Southern California who can help remove the many Tattoo Expo signs that just went up to promote their July 18-20 show in Pomona.These go up twice a year in great quantity, and remain up unless removed ahead of the show. They tend to be placed over a wide area (and on city property, other people's commercial property, etc.).These signs cost the show sponsors at least $7 each, so you are helping stop serial blighters of many years standing, while really costing them some cash.Thanks!
"It's 10 p.m. Do you know what Dumpster your street spam is sleeping in?"
The ones in NorCal are coming down thanks to a new sharky stick set-up I've started carrying around in the back of my truck.On edit:Commercial endorsements and/or advertising are not permitted on the CAUSS forums. A PM is being sent expanding on this issue.GW