Adopt a Local Coffee Shop! Print
Written by Mike Bondi, PEng   
Friday, 05 November 2010 23:35

Leave a copy of the 9/11 Investigator for someone at your coffee shop!

A recent post on our Facebook page presented the idea to “Adopt a Coffee Shop!” The concept is simple. All of our supporters are encouraged to visit local coffee shops in their area regularly and leave behind copies our new AE911Truth broadsheet newspaper, the 9/11 Investigator. The Facebook post, which generated more than 90 “likes” and 9 “comments”, outlined the following three easy steps:

1) Visit our online store and buy some copies of the Investigator. While you’re there, consider getting some “street ready” flyers as well.

2) Take your materials to the coffee shops in your area, leave a few Investigators, and put a flyer on the bulletin board.

3) Get some coffee.

The 9/11 Investigator– our broadsheet newspaper – is our most exciting AE911Truth publication yet. This is the latest great tool for helping your friends realize that you are not just a conspiracy theorist – that you have the facts! This four-page newspaper is in full color, graphically rich, and contains more than a dozen articles about our most important evidence.

The 9/11 Investigator goes where no mainstream newspaper has dared by detailing the witness testimony and scientific forensic evidence behind the destruction of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11. This handy publication presents the compelling case for explosive controlled demolition in a graphically oriented easy-to-read format, while maintaining the scientific integrity that is honored by technical professionals around the globe. It is a compact, fact-filled source for people on the run. The essential info is all in one place, making it easy to learn more and to educate others.

In San Diego, CA, local 9/11 truth activist Steve Fahrney has found that placing the Investigator and even the AE911Truth street ready brochures in larger coffee shops, such as Starbucks, seems to lead to a better rate of distribution than placing them in smaller shops. In order to be sure that these materials were not simply being removed by the shop management, he checked with at least one Starbucks owner who informed him that as long as the information is related to non-profit organizations, they do not remove them. You may want to check with the coffee shops in your area in regards to their individual policies, so that you can be sure that the information is getting into the hands of the public.

Hey… you go there anyway for your morning cup of joe. Why not anonymously drop off a few 9/11 Investigators each time? You could start some awareness out there that could grow wildly – and with no significant additional time or personal risk for you. Go for it!