Calls Flood Kellogg’s – Is Yours One?

February 9, 2009 at 1:47 pm Leave a comment

So many people have called Kellogg’s already that the very first option when I called the main number (800 962-1413) three minutes ago that the very first thing I heard was ‘If you would like to share your comments about your relationship with Michael Phelps, please press 1.’

I’ll let that speak for itself. Or maybe I won’t, because that never makes for a good blog post, does it?

If you have already called, tell us (by email or comment) how your call went. If you have not called, here is a sample script below, as provided by NORML (I prefer theirs to the one provided by the DPA). The toll-free number is (800) 962-1413, and the hold time is very short (mine was less than ten seconds).

“Hi, my name is _____________ and I am a frequent consumer of Kellogg’s products.

Nearly one out of two Americans has used marijuana. This includes tens of thousands of prominent, highly successful Americans — including our current President. Michael Phelps should not be stigmatized nor condemned for private behavior that he, and millions of others, engage in.

The majority of the public, as well as those in the media, are standing behind Michael Phelps and so am I. I will no longer be purchasing Kellogg’s brand products until your company reverses its decision and reinstates Michael Phelps as spokesperson.”

Thank you for standing up against the needless discrimination of  cannabis consumers.

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