10 million people in the New York Metro Area will see the ads on TV and in the subway.
Other Major U.S. Cities
2 million people will see print ads in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and Boston.
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New York Subway Ads
75% of New Yorkers Never Saw Footage of Building 7.
Why an advertising campaign?
An advertising campaign is the only way to directly reach millions of people at once and provoke an open public discussion about 9/11.
Why Building 7?
Most people who see Building 7’s collapse for the first time are surprised at how closely it resembles a controlled demolition, and because they haven’t seen it before and don’t already hold a firm opinion, they are more open to listening. Educating the public about Building 7 is a prerequisite to building support for a new 9/11 investigation.
Why $1 million?
$1 million will enable the campaign to reach 50% of the New York Metro Area – 10 million people – plus 2 million people in other major cities.
How will your donation be used?
90% of your donation will go directly toward advertising.
15-Minute Documentary on Building 7
This video, narrated by actor Ed Asner and featuring several AE911Truth experts, provides a brief overview of the evidence that World Trade Center Building 7 was brought down by controlled demolition.
Remember Building 7 is a non-partisan campaign led by 9/11 family members to raise awareness of the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 so that public pressure will compel the New York City Council and Manhattan District Attorney to open a new investigation.
In the fall of 2010, the campaign raised $100,000 to run ads on cable television throughout the New York Metropolitan Area. The first TV ad featured four 9/11 family members and aired 580 times from November 2 through December 5, reaching an estimated one million unique viewers an average of 8 times each. The campaign also attracted some media coverage, reaching several million more viewers on Geraldo Rivera and Judge Andrew Napolitano’s shows.
A second TV ad was released online in March 2011 featuring four 9/11 family members, two engineers and two architects. The campaign again succeeded in raising $100,000 to run more ads in June 2011, reaching another one million unique viewers.
The campaign also commissioned a Siena poll in May 2011 that found 48% of New Yorkers would be in favor of the New York City Council or Manhattan District Attorney opening a new Building 7 investigation.
Now the campaign is striving to raise $1 million – the amount needed to reach 50% of the New York Metro Area and 2 million people in other major cities. This sudden surge in awareness will generate the amount of public discussion needed to bring about a new investigation.
Building 7 Facts
Building 7 was a 47-story skyscraper on the north side of the World Trade Center Complex.
It collapsed in under 7 seconds at 5:20 pm on September 11, 2001.
It was not hit by an airplane and suffered minimal damage from the collapse of the Twin Towers.
Remember Building 7 - In the Media
France 3 | Soir 3
(English Subtitles) France 3 interviews 9/11 family member Bob McIlvaine, and Tony Szamboti, a mechanical engineer with Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. This broadcast was seen by over 1 million French viewers and audiences in other European countries on September 8, 2011.
FOX News | Geraldo At Large
After seeing Remember Building 7’s ad on TV in November 2010, legendary investigative journalist Geraldo Rivera invited campaign representatives Bob McIlvaine and Tony Szamboti on his show to discuss Building 7. Geraldo concludes by saying, “I'm certainly much more open minded about it than I was, and it's because of the involvement of the 9/11 families and all these architects and engineers.”
NY1 | 9/11 Special Coverage
Two weeks before the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, NY1 discussed Remember Building 7’s June ad campaign while promoting the re-release of Popular Mechanics’ Debunking 9/11 Conspiracy Theories.
FOX Business | Freedom Watch
Days after Remember Building 7’s appearance on Geraldo At Large, Judge Andrew Napolitano invited Geraldo on his show to discuss the Remember Building 7 campaign and Geraldo’s opinions regarding 9/11. In a radio appearance one week later Napolitano went on to say of Building 7, “It’s hard for me to believe that it came down by itself.”