“Change Your Email Signature” Campaign Launched – Graeme Hall National Park Barbados

Graeme Hall National Park Barbados

Graeme Hall National Park Barbados

Save 240 Acres For Our Children.
Graeme Hall National Park and the Sanctuary.
http://www.graemehallnationalpark.org and http://www.graemehall.com

This evening we received a spate of emails from readers all ending with the same new signature shown above.

The “Save 240 Acres For Our Children” email signature campaign was started a few days ago and has now been picked up by the Facebook group Save the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary. No doubt the almost three thousand Facebook group members will adopt the signature and we expect thousands more will too.

How many people read Barbados blogs every week? Answer: Tens of thousands. We receive fifty thousand visitors every week at Barbados Free Press alone.

Do it! Change your email signature and make Graeme Hall National Park a reality for our children and their children.

Do it right now please.

Here is an email that is making the rounds about how to change your email signature. Once you do that, every email you send becomes a message that will spread with no additional work on your part…

Everyone, please change your e-mail signature to the following:

Save 240 Acres For Our Children.
Graeme Hall National Park and the Sanctuary.
http://www.graemehallnationalpark.org and http://www.graemehall.com

To change your signature in Hotmail, see: http://email.about.com/od/windowslivehotmailtips/ss/wt042503wlh.htm

To change your signature in Gmail, see: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=8395

To change your signature in Yahoo Mail, see:http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/yahoomail/basics/basics-66.html

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16 responses to ““Change Your Email Signature” Campaign Launched – Graeme Hall National Park Barbados

  1. reality check

    A National Park at Graeme Hall is good for Barbados future, good for business and a win-win for the government and the tourism industry.

  2. Done! But need to add something other than 240 acres for our children. That would be for my international firends…..any ideas?

  3. John

    I left the Nature Sanctuary about 3:15 pm and saw people walking down Highway 7 from as far away as the Plantation Restaurant where they had parked.

    The traffic on the right hand side was barely moving.

    It was refreshing to see the interest generated exemplified by the crowd of Bajans there.

    Maybe there is hope.

    …. didn’t see any politicians present.

  4. Sundowner

    Done!
    Glad to hear so many people went there today.

  5. The sad truth

    no politicians equals no political will for a National Park John

    thousands and thousands of Barbadians mean nothing until election time I guess?

    We have elected men and women with little vision, passion or leadership.

    Someone should tell them that they work for the citizens of Barbados and not the other way around.

    The last group in power didn’t get the message.

  6. Anon

    Will we not learn? Black people being led down the garden path once again and loving it.
    I can understand IAN BOURNE signing on, he is an IDIOT, he supported a THIEF at the SSA.

    I want my Water Park.

  7. I wanted to go but way too many, you could say it was SWAMPED in every sense of the word, LOL!

    I think the sig needs a slight revision as “notbajan” suggested, the addition with asterisks as I have done on my sig –

    Save 240 Acres *of Barbados* For Our Children.
    Graeme Hall National Park and the Sanctuary.
    http://www.graemehallnationalpark.org and http://www.graemehall.com

  8. Anonymous

    i agree Anon i agree ,, water park much better idiea than nasty old swamp

  9. Hants

    “I believe there are discussions going on behind the scenes and I am hoping they would be successful,” Roberts told the DAILY NATION without going into details about the parties involved.

    Stressing that the sanctuary’s closure on December 15 was not definite”

    “Last week Allard announced that the sanctuary would be closed by mid-December, frustrated that a proposed national park encompassing the area had not materialised. He had invested $30 million into redeveloping the facility and has had the 35-acre sanctuary up for sale for US$12 million for sometime.”

    Does this mean that Government will have to pay $24 million to acquire the Sanctuary?

  10. Anonymous

    Off topic: any more news on the Russian girl who was murdered in Palmer’s, St. John?

  11. Anon

    I want to see the bills for the $30 million redevelopment.

    I doubt that figure. Only Ian Bourne would believe that.

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