Pro-Life Group Launches Billboard Campaign to Guide Women to Abortion Resources

Released on = December 1, 2006, 1:29 pm

Press Release Author = Let Her Live

Industry = Non Profit

Press Release Summary = Announcement of billboard campaign being launched by Let Her
Live to aggressively combat abortion. Also describes pro-life resources offered by
the group on its web site.

Press Release Body = Greenville, S.C. Let Her Live, a pro-life nonprofit, is
launching a billboard campaign to help pregnant women find alternatives to abortion
and obtain counseling. The group plans to place full-color billboards featuring
pictures of babies and compelling pro-life messages near leading abortion clinics,
abortion referral clinics, and high-risk areas in the southeastern U.S. The
billboards will display the organization's web address,

The website features articles on abortion, its risks, and its alternatives,
including abstinence, adoption, and parenting. The site also helps women who have
gone through abortion to recover. The biggest goal of the site is to link women in
crisis to pro-life counseling services.

"Two things set Let Her Live apart from similar billboard campaigns," says Let Her
Live President Wesley Wilson. "First, we keep our ads simple, appealing, and
professional. Second, we carefully target our ads at high-risk areas for abortion."

Let Her Live also offers educational presentations on abstinence and abortion
alternatives and is considering other advertising venues besides billboards.

Founded in 2006, Let Her Live is dedicated to saving babies by showing the value and
beauty of human life to mothers who are considering abortion. Let Her Live is a
nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation based in South Carolina. Donations are tax exempt.
More information is available at


Web Site =

Contact Details = Let Her Live
11-A Welter Lane
Greenville, SC 29609
Contact: Wesley Wilson
(864) 906-3254
For release: December 4, 2006

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