AIG Demonstration a Huge Success
Lots of People, Press, Music and Fun
Plea to AIG CEO To Help SAVE the BOOM – Forever!!!
Laguna Beach, CA – 35 supporters of SAVE the BOOM!!! from Orange County and Los Angeles descended on the AIG (NYSE: AIG) Tower in Century City on Tuesday, April 1st at our lunch-time demonstration. World famous Bagpiper, Lorne Cousin played to cheers of SAVE the BOOM!!! SAVE the BOOM!!! AIG – SAVE the BOOM!!!
Calendar Models Ryan Liddell (July) and Gustavo Marzolla (February) handed out Men of Laguna Beach Calendars to some of the lucky passerby’s on their way to lunch. Other yellow T-shirted men and women gave away Boom Bananas and Tangerines along with flyers and other information on our nearly two year effort to save our landmark bar and hotel. Lots of car horns were honked and thumbs up given to all of us during the hour long demonstration. Over 200 post cards were signed addressed to Boom Boom Room and Coast Inn owner, Steven Udvar-Hazy asking him to drastically reduce the asking prince for the property or consider donating it the gay community.
There was great television, radio, newspaper and web coverage of the event. Save the BOOM!!! Founder, Fred Karger even appeared live on the Michael Jackson Radio Show on KGIL – AM 1260 during the 9:00 am hour. Check out the links below for just some of the stories on the demonstration. And be sure and go to our blog for lots of great photos from Tuesday. http://savetheboom.blogspot.com/
Thank you so much to all who turned out for this uplifting and fun demonstration.
We have lots more planned, and will keep you posted on our activities to SAVE the BOOM – Forever!!!
SAVE the BOOM BLOG: http://savetheboom.blogspot.com/
Los Angeles Time Web Site by Robert Green:
KTLA – TV Los Angeles by Bill Smith: http://ktla.trb.com/
Orange County Register by Christa Woodall: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/boom-bar-hazy-2009940-karger-aig
Laguna Beach Independent: http://www.lagunabeachindependent.com/news/2008/0404/news/071.html
KVOA – TV Tucson: http://www.kvoa.com/default.asp
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