24,000 Architects at SF AIA Convention Come Face to Face With 9/11 Truth
Watch live and get all the details at: http://www.ae911truth.org/events/aia-convention/
AE911Truth’s unprecedented debut at the prestigious American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2009 National Convention and Design Exposition is coming right up. Obtaining a booth at this year’s convention at San Francisco’s Moscone Center marks a significant accomplishment for us.
During the convention, from April 30 to May 2, we will have the opportunity to inform an anticipated 24,000 architects about long-evaded truths regarding the destruction of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on 9/11.
Amid hundreds of exhibitions by manufacturers of buildings, tiles, and window coverings, our 10’x10’ booth, with two large LCD screens showing the dramatic demolitions of the WTC Twin Towers and Building 7, will stand out dramatically – especially with the backdrop of our 7 professionally designed banners depicting the rest of the evidence and our mission. Convinced architects will be able to sign on the spot our petition calling for a new investigation. We will be giving away our latest brochures, our latest DVD, and our evidence cards.
Architects, please join us in encouraging the AIA board members in your local and state chapters and your colleagues to stop by our booth, review the evidence, and come to the presentation on Saturday. With the addition of several personal invitations to visit our booth at the SF AIA convention, coming from people such as yourself, these AIA leaders and colleagues may recognize this as a broader movement, and something of which they should become informed.
Live 2 hour Multi-media Presentation by Richard Gage, AIA
When? On May 2nd, at 4 pm
Where? At Westin Market Street Hotel, 50 3rd St., San Francisco
We hope to fill the seats at the 4 pm Saturday May 2nd AE911Truth multimedia presentation with 200 architects at the Westin Market Street Hotel in SF – just 2 blocks away from the convention.
Over 640 professional architects and engineers are now calling for a new investigation.