Every billboard company in Minnesota refused our #FlushTarget ad: so we did this instead
MINNESOTA, May 18, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) - Every billboard company in Minnesota refused LifeSiteNews’s #FlushTarget advertisement.
“What about her rights to privacy & protection?” asks the #FlushTarget advertisement, which shows a little girl horrified by a grown man looking at her in the bathroom.
Undeterred, we got creative, and instead created this traveling billboard truck. The #FlushTarget truck will visit every single Target store in the retail chain’s home state.
Our hope is to bring the #FlushTarget truck to other states as well, if we can raise enough funds to keep the truck on the road. To donate to bring the #FlushTarget truck to additional states, click here.
Clear Channel, OutFront Media, Lamar Franklin, and Schubert Hoye all refused the #FlushTarget ad, which encourages people to boycott Target for its new “transgender” bathroom policy allowing men in women’s restrooms and changing rooms.
The #FlushTarget advertisement also directs people to FlushTarget.com, which encourages users to take action against Target through a large-scale boycott and joining protests against the retail giant.
Sign the #FlushTarget boycott pledge here.
The #FlushTarget truck will visit every Target store in the company’s home state of Minnesota and may expand into additional states.