It all happens on Feb. 10:

Responsible Growth for Neighborhoods (RG4N) presents

★Arms Around Northcross (9:oo am, 5000 people will stand arms intwined around Northcross…I’ll be there!)
★RG4N Benefit Concert (I’ll show up at this at 3:00, too)
★Business Support Day
★City Wide Wal-Mart Boycott


“Wal-Mart Isn’t Weird” RG4N Benefit
Where: Brentwood Tavern, 6701 Burnet Road
Time: 2 pm – 7 pm
Cost: $10 cover, kids are free

Bands: Jim Stringer & the AM Band, The Bee’s
Knees Revue, The Marshall Ford Swing
Band, Darden Smith, and The Austin
Lounge Lizards

What: Business Support Day
Time: All day
Details: Local businesses will donate a percentage of their
sales on Feb. 10 to RG4N. Participating businesses
include: Body Business; Business Success Center;
Crestview Minimax IGA; Donald R. Greenspan,
CPA; Discount Electronics; Encore Records, Video
& Apparel; Exclusive Alteration; Garbo. a Salon;
Genuine Joe Coffee; Kids-N-Cats Unique Gifts;
Northstar Optical, Thunderbird Coffee; Scandinavia
Contemporary Interiors; Zinger Hardware & General
Merchant; and many more.

What: Citywide Wal-Mart Boycott
Details: RG4N declares a citywide boycott of
Wal-Mart at the end of the so-called 60
day moratorium on Feb 10.

It will last indefinitely until Lincoln Property
Company abandons its plans to build the
225,085 sq. ft. 24 hour Wal-Mart Super-
center at Northcross Mall.

Tell everyone you know to stand with us,
support our fight, use the power of your
pocketbook to make an impact.
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  • Dear Sara and all,

    Good luck with your protest against Wal Mart! I enjoy shopping there tremendously, but must admit that there must be reasonable limits to the number of such stores.

    While I was living in Laredo, Texas, I was very happy for the addition of one more Wal Mart store. This put an end to my runs to the sole store there at extremely early hours to avoid horrendous throngs of customers.

    However, the construction of one here in Pickerington, Ohio, to my knowledge, has been successfully stampeded thanks to the efforts of many faithful area residents. We already have one about 2 miles from my home in an adjoining community which serves us all well. All of us wish to keep our community the pleasant, homespun place we know and love despite the fact it is continually mushrooming.

    I assume community leaders are pondering similar issues in Austin. Please keep your area as distinctive as always so many more folks will want to live there. Take care!


    Elizabeth Markoff

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