BE A PART OF THE PETA2 MOVEMENT

Steve-O and Hundreds of Students to Invade peta2 HQ!

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Posted April 3, 2012 by Ryan Huling

This is it, folks!

On Saturday, we will be hosting The peta2 Experience: Los Angeles, a full-day crash course in animal rights at our new West Coast headquarters, The Bob Barker Building!

As a reminder, here’s what you can expect at this Saturday’s event, for those of you within driving distance of California:

  • Talks and panels led by peta2 staff and superstar activists
  • Celebrity guest speaker—Steve-O!
  • A vegan cooking demonstration
  • Free vegan food donated by Native Foods Café!
  • Tons of free stickers, leaflets, and DVDs to take home
  • peta2 merchandise available for donations
  • The world’s largest McCruelty protest
  • Cruelty-free goodie bags for the first 100 people who walk in the door!

If you haven’t booked your spot yet, you can do so here. And for those of you located in the Midwest, be sure to check out The peta2 Experience: Chicago, happening just two weeks later.

See you soon!

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