Save the 76 Ball - action en What You Can Do To Help <p><img width="432" height="162" border="0" src="" /> </p> <p><strong>Why won't ConocoPhillips talk with us?</strong> On 6/15/06, we called ConocoPhillips with a win-win plan to save and preserve some select 76 Balls. We are still waiting for them to call back. Maybe they need to hear from <strong>you</strong>, too. The main number in Houston is 281-293-1000. Ask for <strong>Sylvia Hansen in External Communications</strong> and request that she call Nathan Marsak back and open a dialogue about how to work together to turn this bad publicity around and save some balls. </p> <p><strong>About our cause:</strong> ConocoPhillips is removing the iconic 76 Balls and replacing them with boring rectangular signs that aren't even orange! Our petition and boycott asks that they STOP THIS and leave the remaining 76 Balls on their poles, where they belong. Wanna help?:</p> <p>1) sign the <a href="" target="_blank">PETITION</a>; after adding your name to the list, you can also call ConocoPhillips <a target="_blank" href="">DIRECTLY</a>. </p> <p>2) Join the digg online community and click that you &quot;digg&quot; <a href="" target="_blank">THIS POST</a>. If we can get enough diggs, the topic will rise to the front page and get many thousands of visitors. </p> <p>3) if your local 76 gas station still has its ball, tell them &quot;if that ball goes, so does this customer!&quot; Ask them to turn the ball on if it's not lit or rotating. And if your local 76 station has already switched to the liver-colored tombstone sign, don't buy gas there and be sure to tell the owner why. (<a target="_blank" href="">DOWNLOAD</a> and print these cards to make it simple.)</p> <p><img border="0" src="" />&nbsp;</p> <p>4) SPREAD THE WORD: through blogs, email chains, conversation, calls to your favorite talk radio show and letters to the editor.</p> <p>5) visit our <a target="_blank" href="">FORUM</a> to report existing or missing 76 Balls in your community. Take photos and host them for free right on the Forum.</p> <p>Consumers have the power to change corporate mistakes. ConocoPhillips will listen if you just speak up!&nbsp;</p> action consumer digg drupal historic signage petition union 76 ball Sun, 12 Feb 2006 09:41:45 -0800 kim 34 at