Sample Email Blast for November Actions

Dear {your group members},

Which future will you choose?

We are in a battle between the largest corporations who seek profit at all costs and people around the world who are rising together to create a livable future. You are invited! The people will prevail.

The United States is negotiating three massive international treaties–the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Trade-in-Services Agreement (TiSA). These deals are crafted in secret by multinational corporations and big bankers for their own benefit at our expense. They will expand global corporate rule, harming the planet and people everywhere, and destroying democracy.

From November 14 to 18, 2015, people will converge on Washington, DC for 2 days of training and 3 days of mass action to demand that the United States drop these deals and create, in a transparent and democratic way, alternative international agreements that put people and the planet first. See the schedule here. Our actions coincide with the APEC meetings in the Philippines, where US officials (including trade representatives) will push the TPP, and our Philippine allies will have mass protests.

Learn more and sign up for the actions on the webpage and on facebook. You can also join the national calls every Wednesday at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific.

Action this November 14-18 is especially important now that a final TPP agreement has been reached. But before TPP becomes the new law of the land it has to pass through Congress, where opposition to TPP is growing. Momentum is on our side and November is a real chance to turn the tables and bury the deal once and for all!

{Your Group Name} has signed on to support the #FallRising actions in Washington because…[find articles and issue specific information here or contact [email protected] for help]

November could be an historic moment so don’t miss out!

[Sign out]

[You can also add “to learn more about the TPP, TTIP, and TiSA visit flushtheTPP.org or contact [email protected]”]