Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Call to Action

What can you do?

Besides not buying Nestlé products yourself, here's what else you can do:  
  • If you use Facebook and other social networking sites, share this message as your status update: I'm not buying Nestlé candy this Halloween - here's why: http://ht.ly/2XfCD
  • If you blog, let your readers know that you won't be buying Nestlé this October and why. Link back here and let us know so we can list you on the blogroll.
  • If you use twitter, tweet the following messages: There's no Nestlé KitKat in my candy bowl and here's why: http://ht.ly/2XfEu #nonestle, Nestlé is too scary for me http://ht.ly/2XfEu #nonestle
  • Join in the discussion of the Nestlé Halloween boycott on Twitter by using the hashtag #nonestle.
  • Print stickers and posters to let those in your community know that you're participating in the boycott and why.  

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    What is Boo Nestle?

    Participation in a campaign as far-reaching as the Nestle Boycott can be overwhelming.

    But it's exactly because so many of the products we feed our families are made by Nestle that we can help protect vulnerable children and families around the world with our action.

    So this Halloween take one concrete step: don't buy any Nestle candy for the ghouls and goblins knocking at your door.

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