MPP’s New Portland Billboard Taunts Vandals of Original

Apr 11, 2013

OR Both BoardsRecently, MPP posted a billboard in Portland (OR) to coincide with Alcohol Awareness Month and upcoming beer and wine festivals, touting the relative safety of marijuana compared to alcohol. Unfortunately, someone apparently didn’t like that and tore it down within the first 48 hours!

We aren’t going to let that get in the way of our our public education efforts, though, and we conveyed that with the replacement billboard we unveiled today. It appears like the original, but with a very large red rip through the middle and  reads: “Our original billboard was vandalized, but… The truth cannot be destroyed.” It’s already getting attention in the media.

Help us get this truth out to the public by sharing the image of the billboards on Facebook and Twitter.

2 responses to “MPP’s New Portland Billboard Taunts Vandals of Original”

  1. For all the marijuana heroes in Alabama we say keep up the good work and never be afraid to tell the truth. Which is why the cannabis industry is out of the closet on the the front page of common sense.

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