Hey, I'll be practicing what I preach, and voting via absentee ballot shortly, I'll hang at Reverie with lots o'information.
Meanwhile, we have a lot going on, more women adding their voices, and this is really good:
Hey, some women business owners are putting their money where their
mouths are – literally – on Election Day:
November 2 is right around the corner. But this isn't just another Tuesday. And it isn't just another work day. November 2, 2004, is Election Day – a day for women to take a stand by exercising the rights granted to them by the 19th amendment and having a say about who will make the decisions that affect us all for the next four years.
Women business leaders have a lot of responsibility – and a lot of power. Now you have the power to send a strong message to your staff that voting is important. For this reason, we are asking all women business owners and managers to give their employees the day off on November 2. Let them know that you want them to think about the kind of country they want to live in – and the kind of opportunities they want available to themselves and their families – and then cast a vote for the presidential candidate who is most likely to share their vision and
make it happen.
Click here to join hervote by signing up, and download a poster to display in your office or store.