It’s #AlitaDay and the ad for Alita Day is in the LA Times!

Below are tweets and Instagram posts with images of the ad that is running in the LA Times today on “Alita Day”! On page A3 of today's Sept 9 2022 Los Angeles Times there is a 1/4 page ad asking fans to tweet #AlitaSequel and sign the Alita sequel petition at this link: reading “It’s #AlitaDay and the ad for Alita Day is in the LA Times!”

Help Us Place An Ad In The LA Times

@MuscogeeCreek (Gary Villeneuve) has set up a Go Fund Me to collect donations for an ad that we want to run in the LA Times. According to Gary and Charlie Schmidt, Darius Derakshan of the LA Times advertising department gave them a quote of $7.6k (without tax) for a 1/4 ad in the paper. TheyContinue reading “Help Us Place An Ad In The LA Times”

Alita Anniversary Mass Tweet Event On February 13!

We normally do this every year on February 14 but this year we have our #GiveAlitaHerSequel banner flying on the 13th so it’s best to make that the day we also celebrate our 3rd #AlitaAnniversary. Please join @AlitaArmy on Twitter for a day of tweeting out our desire for an Alita sequel on Feb 13!Continue reading “Alita Anniversary Mass Tweet Event On February 13!”

#GiveAlitaHerSequel Banner Campaign Update: We’re Fully Funded!

We’ve raised the remaining funds needed for the child selected by Open Bionics to get their needed Hero Arm package and to pay for their clinic visits. From @dennis_won: We did it! I want to thank each and every one of you, from the one who shared the campaign to all the generous donors. AllContinue reading “#GiveAlitaHerSequel Banner Campaign Update: We’re Fully Funded!”

Campaign Update: We’re Less Than $4,000 Away From Our Final Goal

Our current total is $8,970. We’re making great progress and we still have until our February 13 deadline to reach our $12,641 goal. Thanks to a number of large donations over $1,000 each (wow!), we feel confident that we will reach our goal. Some of those who made – and will make – large donationsContinue reading “Campaign Update: We’re Less Than $4,000 Away From Our Final Goal”