Columbus, OH
Sunrise Sanctuary presents Nathan Runkle from MERCY FOR ANIMALS
Sat, April 26, 2014 2:00PM to 3:30PM (Eastern)
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Nathan Runkle founder of Mercy For Animals open seating at Studio 35 [+] $10.00
Nathan Runkle is coming to Columbus! 100% of all proceeds benefit Sunrise Sanctuary! 4/26/14 at Studio 35. Doors open at 1:30. See you there!
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$10 tickets available at the door of Studio 35 at 1:30 on event day!

All ticket holders are invited to a private open house at Sunrise Sanctuary on May 4th to visit the animals- they would love to see you!  You will probably get a sloppy kiss, or two..

If you cannot afford a ticket, we have a generous donor who has purchased a bank of tickets for those who would love to attend, please contact Laura.

Sunrise Sanctuary is thrilled to announce that Nathan Runkle, founder and executive director of Mercy For Animals (MFA), will be speaking at Studio 35 in Columbus, Ohio to benefit Sunrise Sanctuary. 
100% of all proceeds will benefit the animals at Sunrise Sanctuary!  

 Raised on a farm in rural Ohio, Nathan has long had a deep connection with farmed animals.
Since founding Mercy For Animals over a decade ago, Nathan has overseen the organization's growth into a leading national force in the prevention of cruelty to farmed animals and the promotion of compassionate food choices and policies.
A nationally recognized speaker on animal advocacy, factory farming, and veganism, Nathan has presented at colleges, conferences, and many other forums from coast to coast.
Through his work with MFA, Nathan has been an outspoken advocate for animal rights, featured in hundreds of television, radio, and newspaper interviews, including ABC's World News Tonight, Nightline,and 20/20, CNN, and National Public Radio, and in USA Today, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune.
Nathan has worked alongside elected officials, corporate executives, heads of international organizations, academics, farmers, celebrities, and film producers to pass landmark farmed animal protection legislation, raise public awareness about vegetarianism, and implement
animal welfare changes.
VegNews magazine has recognized both MFA and Nathan for making substancial contributions to the vegetarian movement, naming Nathan one of the "25 Most Facinating Vegetarians" and one of the country's "Top 20 Activists Under 30 Years Old", and twice naming MFA "Non-Profit of the Year."
In 2009, at the age of twenty-five, Nathan became the youngest person ever inducted
into the US Animal Rights Hall of Fame.
Please help us give Nathan a warm welcome to Columbus!
The event will be held at Studio 35 (map above).  
 Please allow time to park in this residental area.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and Nathan will speak at 2:00 p.m.

Studio 35 will have Pattycake Bakery snacks and beverages available.

We look forward to seeing you!
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