PGA and the Presidents Cup Participants – Please speak out against the South Korean Cruelty!
Oct 9, 2015 — The 2015 President’s Cup has started yesterday and will be played until Sunday, Oct 11 at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea, in Songdo IBD, Incheon, South Korea. The PGA Tour National Headquarters Office received our package of signed petitions on September 10 and some of us have left messages, but so far we have not received a response.
Click for petition: https://www.change.org/p/2015-president-s-cup-participants-tell-south-korea-that-you-re-opposed-to-the-torture-and-consumption-of-dogs-and-cats
It is now time to pick up your phone to give the PGA Tour National Headquarters Office a polite call asking them to join us in speaking out against the South Korean Dog and Cat Meat industry.
PGA Tour HQ Phone: (904) 285-3700
Hello, my name is ________________.
Our organization, Stop the Dog and Cat Consumption in South Korea, has an existing online petition requesting the 2015 President’s Cup participants to speak out against the horrific South Korean Dog and Cat Meat industry. As one of the organizers of this popular international event taking place in South Korea, it gives the PGA and the Presidents Cup participants an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the barbaric and shameful cruelty perpetrated against millions of dogs and thousands of cats who are tortured and killed for human consumption every year. Can we count on the PGA to speak out against this cruelty and to take action to urge the South Korean government to stop this shameful industry?
We look forward to seeing that the PGA and the Presidents Cup participants are taking an active stand against the South Korean Dog and Cat industry.
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