Make Them Pay Tax Day Protest
WHAT: Make Them Pay Tax Day Protest
WHO: Lexington-Frankfort Area MoveOn Members and Friends
WHERE: U. S. Post Office, 1088 Nandino Boulevard , Lexington, KY
WHEN: 5 PM-8 PM - April 18, 2011
On Tax Day, Lexington-Frankfort Area Residents To Protest Corporate Tax Dodger Chase Bank
Participants At “Make Them Pay” Event To Deliver Tax Bill To Chase Bank
On Monday, April 18, Tax Day, Lexington-Frankfort Area residents will protest outside Chase Bank and urge them to pay their fair share of taxes.
The event is part of a nationwide Tax Day campaign called “Make Them Pay.” Events similar to the one in the Lexington-Frankfort Area are taking place all over the country targeting “The Deadbeat Dozen”—GE, Bank of America, Google, BP, Amazon, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Boeing, ExxonMobil, FedEx, Goldman Sachs, Chase—wealthy corporations that are doing everything in their power to avoid paying taxes in America.
“During these difficult economic times, when all Americans are being asked to sacrifice, it is simply wrong that Chase Bank is shirking their American duty to pay their taxes,” said business owner Rikka Wallin. “We are protesting on Tax Day because corporate tax dodgers have a responsibility to our community and our nation to pay their fair share. We pay our taxes. Chase Bank should too.”
Rikka Wallin 859-272-9166
Mike Mansfield 502-682-8704