Thursday, July 31, 2008

"Call Terry Caster" Campaign

"Terry Caster owns A-1 Self Storage Company of San Diego. A-1 Self Storage has 40 locations throughout California with over 4 million storage units. Mr. Caster and his family have contributed nearly $300,000 to the Protect Marriage campaign. That makes the Caster family the biggest contributors from San Diego County, where 35% of the money came from to qualify Proposition 8 for the November 4th ballot."

Demand Terry Caster apologize, stop financing the marriage amendment and let him know of your plans to boycott his company.

Call Terry Caster at A-1 Self Storage Toll Free
Corporate Office Number: 800-219-4854 ext. 106
Customer Service Number: 800-210-8979

Click here to use E-contact Form

H/T to (Californians Against Hate) for the breaking news!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It would be great if you Californians coordinated together to assist our family members in moving their stuff out of his storage facilities - I'm sure there are any number of people who might want to take their business elsewhere, but that's a lot of work.

Queers United said...

I am not in Cali but if anyone knows other queer friendly storage companies please list them.

Anonymous said...

I think what terry caster did is good. It is nasty and digusting for people of the same sex to get married. Marriage is a union between a man and a woman only!

Anonymous said...

Terry Caster is my Grandpa and I am ashamed that all of you have nothing better to do with your time. He has every right to donate his money which he worked for! He came from nothing and has accomplished more than most will their entire lives. You are all judging a man you dont even know. He has donated millions of dollars to charity and they sponsor Serving Hands International (a non profict 501c3 charitable giving organization). See the website: http://www.servinghands.com/

I went to Mexico when I was younger with Grandpa Caster, along with other family members. We gave blankets away and my brothers and I gave toys to children who had nothing. So before you judge a person based on one act, read into their history you might find that there is alot more to the person than meets the eye.

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