Dear friend,I can't wait to hear about their national opportunity for Working Families for Wal-Mart members like you and other Americans who support Wal-Mart to make their voices heard.
As you may have heard, Ambassador Andrew Young resigned recently as Chairman of our national steering committee.
I am writing to let you know that Working Families for Wal-Mart continues to move forward.
As Ambassador Young said on Thursday, “I urge [our leaders and members] to continue to speak out and stay active. The good that Wal-Mart does for America's working families is worth fighting for.”
We’re committed to continuing that fight. We’re going to keep talking about how Wal-Mart makes a positive difference for working families. And we’re going to continue to stand up for Wal-Mart in the face of daily attacks from union-funded critics.
As my friend and fellow steering committee member, Courtney Lynch, said on Friday, “Our organization consists of over 140,000 members across the country. We have several local advisory boards made up of community leaders and activists committed to our cause. We all believe that Wal-Mart makes significant contributions to America’s working families. Our organization will continue to grow and make a difference in this national debate.”
Our aggressive efforts will continue next week as we launch a national opportunity for Working Families for Wal-Mart members like you and other Americans who support Wal-Mart to make their voices heard.
Working Families for Wal-Mart is only as effective as its members. And as a valued member, you can have an impact by speaking out and by talking to your friends, family and neighbors about how Wal-Mart makes a difference for working families.
Thanks in advance for your continued support.
National Steering Committee Member
I wonder if they will allow the voices of those people who don't support Wal-Mart to be heard?