Thanks for signing! Now, can you help turn up the pressure on Gap and Walmart by delivering a letter to a store manager.

We need to make sure that Gap and Walmart know that the public is holding them accountable for the ongoing tragedies in the Bangladesh garment industry. Delivering letters directly to stores is one of the best ways to show companies just how seriously consumers take this issue.

It’s as easy as three simple steps :

  1. Download our flier calling on Gap and Walmart to join the Fire Safety Agreement and pay a bit more to make sure its workers don't die in deadly fires. If you want to hand out fliers to other customers, print out more!
    download flier
    If that button doesn’t work, you can download the flier from Scribd here.
  2. Head to your local Walmart (Here's a store locator) or Gap (store locator here) store and ask to speak to the manager. You can also visit Gap's subsidiary brands, Old Navy (locations here) and Banana Republic (store locator here) and
  3. Give the manager our flier, tell them why you want their company to join the Fire Safety Agreement, and ask the manager to pass your concerns along to their boss.

Since 2005, nearly 2,000 Bangladeshi garment workers have died in preventable factory disasters. Global apparel brands can end this carnage by signing the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement, which commits them to investing in basic safety measures like fire escapes and safe electrical wiring. Since the devastating Rana Plaza building collapse, major apparel brands like H&M, Zara, and Benetton have agreed to join, but Gap is still dragging its feet.

With the latest tragedy, we need to let Gap and Walmart know that these PR stunts simply aren't acceptable.

Thanks for signing! Now, can you help turn up the pressure on Gap and Walmart by delivering a letter to a store manager.

We need to make sure that Gap and Walmart know that the public is holding them accountable for the ongoing tragedies in the Bangladesh garment industry. Delivering letters directly to stores is one of the best ways to show companies just how seriously consumers take this issue.

It’s as easy as three simple steps :

  1. Download our flier calling on Gap and Walmart to join the Fire Safety Agreement and pay a bit more to make sure its workers don't die in deadly fires. If you want to hand out fliers to other customers, print out more!
    download flier
    If that button doesn’t work, you can download the flier from Scribd here.
  2. Head to your local Walmart (Here's a store locator) or Gap (store locator here) store and ask to speak to the manager. You can also visit Gap's subsidiary brands, Old Navy (locations here) and Banana Republic (store locator here) and
  3. Give the manager our flier, tell them why you want their company to join the Fire Safety Agreement, and ask the manager to pass your concerns along to their boss.

Since 2005, nearly 2,000 Bangladeshi garment workers have died in preventable factory disasters. Global apparel brands can end this carnage by signing the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement, which commits them to investing in basic safety measures like fire escapes and safe electrical wiring. Since the devastating Rana Plaza building collapse, major apparel brands like H&M, Zara, and Benetton have agreed to join, but Gap is still dragging its feet.

With the latest tragedy, we need to let Gap and Walmart know that these PR stunts simply aren't acceptable.

Tell us how it went

Please let us know how your visit to a Gap manager went, so we can keep track of how Gap is responding to our pressure. If you have a photo of you delivering the letter, please email it to reportback@sumofus.org.

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