Fri Apr 1 2016, 7:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies to support the Memphis Says NO MORE domestic violence and sexual assault campaign during the April 1 game vs. Toronto at FedExForum.
Memphis Says NO MORE posters featuring Grizzlies players and staff will be distributed at the game. also, campaign t-shirts and palm cards providing resources and website link will be distributed to Grizzlies fans. Volunteers in the new Memphis Says NO MORE corps will fan out across the city in coming weeks to spread posters and palm cards to medical offices, restaurants, shops and schools. Memphis Says NO MORE public service announcements (PSAs) featuring other local community leaders will air on local television and digital platforms.
Memphis Says NO MORE is gearing up to begin promoting its campaign with the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis Says NO MORE posters featuring Grizzlies players and staff will be distributed at their April 1st game against the Toronto Raptors. Also, Memphis Says NO MORE campaign t-shirts and palm cards providing resources and website link will be distributed to thousands of grizzlies fans. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell will attend the game and highlight the players and staff participation.
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