I had made the giant valentines with the paper policies on them and the separate cards for the managers. Me and a few people hit up JC Penny and J Crew. We planned
on going to Eddie Bauer, but it just so happens that the Eddie Bauer near us had shut down recently! The lady at JC Penny immediately was very sour with us and refused to accept the valentines, but as we were walking away she changed her mind and asked for them back to give to the supervisor. The manager at J Crew was a lot nicer and pleasant and agreed to notify headquarters that Forest Ethics was stopping by.
There were also some people doing an action in Shelby Township. I believe they went to Lakeside mall, and I was told that Sears refused to accept their valentine. They hung up posters around the mall and passed out fliers as well. I forwarded one of the girls involved in Shelby Township, Shayna, the email about the conference call because she's interested in becoming a bigger activist in the movement.
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