Join us for our Day of Action at Beyonce's Concert

Pepsi’s main celebrity endorser, Beyonce, who they lavish millions of dollars upon is performing all over America this month. This is a unique opportunity to educate tens of thousands of her fans about GMO labeling and draw her attention to tell Pepsi to stop blocking GMO labels.If there is any time that Pepsi will listen to Beyonce about not blocking GMO labels, it's now. We’ve seen tremendous success so far this year, now I am writing to you today because Environmental Action needs your help.

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On Tuesday, August 5th Beyonce will be performing her concert at the AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA. Beyonce is known for how responsive she is to her fans.Our presence will show Beyonce the importance of this issueJoin me and other environmental activists as we host our “Day Of Action” to catch her attention about the importance of GMO labeling. 

Even though most American’s want to know what’s in their food, giant food companies like Pepsi have spent millions of dollars to block landmark GMO labeling laws in the past in states like Washington and California.* Luckily Pepsi’s main celebrity endorser, who is in almost all their ads and whom they lavish millions of dollars upon, is none other than the avid foodie and vegan Beyonce.**

RSVP Here and let us know you are coming!  I’ll be in touch over the next couple of weeks with details on how to get involved.Can’t make it? We can get Beyonce’s attention right now with thousands of posts on her Facebook and Twitter profiles.

Don't have Twitter or Facebook? Email her producers a or call Beyonce's producer/agent 212 302 8400.


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    GMO labeling is finally taking off! Beyonce Knowles- Carter was named one of Time Magazines 100 most influential people winning 17 Grammy's and selling over 118 million albums world-wide. Her image is universally known as one of success, health, talent, and fitness. If Beyonce cares so much about food, health and our communities, let's tell her "if you love us put a label on it!" by tweeting and posting on Facebook all at once, we stand a real chance to catch her attention about this critical issue and change Pepsi's pro-GMO ways.

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