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[greenyes] DVDs/Disney
Well, the calls must be getting heavy because I just got a recorded message
saying they would not be returning my call but to feel free to leave a
massage anyway...I did, for what it's worth.

On 8/13/03 11:42 AM, Sharon_Gates@no.address at
Sharon_Gates@no.address wrote:

> GreenYes-
> I just called the number given below, and was immediately put through to
> Michael Eisner's office.  A very friendly sounding woman listened to my
> comment, and said she would let Mr. Eisner know of my concern.  I did not
> leave a call-back number (the woman didn't ask).  It was easy, it only
> took about a minute, and I highly recommend anyone else who is outraged at
> the prospect of 
> yet-another-disposal-replacement-for-perfectly-fine-reusables also call.
> You might want to call earlier, rather than later.  If a lot of people
> call, the friendly people in Mr. Eisner's office will get pretty tired of
> getting calls by later in the day, and they may not be so friendly.
> 
> Sharon Gates
> Recycling Specialist
> City of Long Beach, California
> 562/570-4694
> 
> 
> 
> 
> "Cassie Wyss" <cassie@no.address>
> 08/13/2003 09:22 AM
> 
> 
>       To:     <greenyes@no.address>
>       cc: 
>       Subject:        [greenyes] Call Disney TODAY to oppose disposable DVDs!
> 
> 
> Hi Greenyessers!
> 
> Just a friendly reminder to make the call to Disney's Michael Eisner
> TODAY and tell him you think disposable DVDs are a goofy idea! And pass
> the word along.  We want to generate as many calls as possible!!!!
> Thanks!
> Cassie Wyss - GRRN
> 
> HOW TO CALL:
> Just call the Disney switchboard at 1-818-560-1000 and ask for Michael
> Eisner's office.  If they won't put you through, tell them you want to
> leave the following message.
> 
> WHAT TO SAY (just a suggestion, obviously say what moves you on this
> issue!)
> 
> Hello, my name is _____________ and I am calling to express my concern
> to Michael Eisner about Disney and Buena Vista's new disposable DVD, or
> EZ-D.  EZ-D adds needless waste to America's landfills and is bad for
> our environment and human health.  Please pull EZ-D from the market.
> 
> TELL US HOW IT WENT:
> When you are done, please take a minute to email Alison Kruger at
> safealternatives@no.address and let us know how it went.
> 
> Thanks so much,
> Cassie Wyss, GRRN Midwest Organizer
> Alison Kruger, Center for Health, Environment, and Justice
> safealternatives@no.address   703-237-2249, ext 27
> 
> 
> ____________________________
> Cassie Wyss
> Midwest Organizer
> GrassRoots Recycling Network
> 2203 Regent St, Suite B
> Madison, WI 53726
> p (608) 232-1830
> f  (608) 232-1835
> c (608) 345-4323
> www.grrn.org
> 
> 
> 
> 

--Jenny

Jennifer Gitlitz
Research Director, Container Recycling Institute

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