Citizens Against Ugly Street Spam
LAST EDITED ON 03-20-02 AT 10:23 AM (CST)
Many thanks to "cowboy clown" for breaking the news that Herbalife has instituted an official "no illegal signs" policy.It's on the Herbalife website at: <http://www.herbalife.com/us/Frames.asp?main=/us/Utilities/Search/Index.asp&left=/us/Utilities/Left.asp&top=/us/Top.asp>If this doesn't work, just go to herbalife.com and use the search engine for "signs."Dang, too bad it's too early for a beer. I feel like celebrating.Let's all make they enforce it, though, and be sure to keep ripping the signs down .Look out, Mega Insurance. You're next.Redstone
...and check out the latest from banditsigns.com:Welcome To BanditSigns.com!->We are currently updating and redesigning our site. Please be->patient with us over the next few days as we get things ->ironed out and working. Hmmmmmmmmmm...sorta seems too good to be true....TXT
No, banditsigns.com just did a big graphic redesign recently. There's nothing interesting going on there. We could hope though.
Notice that they talk about pull tabs and flyers being allowed where permitted by law. I wonder if we'll see an increase in windshield spam, as well pull tabs attached to phone booths and newspaper machines.
One thing I will do is to include a link to the pdf file when I am able to e-mail the owner of the offending sign.http://www.herbalife.com/us/pdf/news_more_info_items/us_buss_sign_fax_03191.pdfOne ingredient missing is the point of contact where we are to tattle on people who continue to post illegal signs on behalf of Herbalife.
One ingredient missing is the point of contact where we are to tattle on people who continue to post illegal signs on behalf of Herbalife. Lucy Rhombus got a letter from them recently, and I think it had a name and address.Luce, can you post that info on a separate thread in the General forum for us?Redstone