The Viva Vine: vol #1, no #4: September / October 1992
The "101" Goes to Market

Last issue you heard about the latest status of the updated, revised (and vastly improved) edition of "101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian," the manifesto of The VivaVegie Society. It has been re-written! and is in nearly final draft form now. In fact, about 400 copies of this nearly-there edition were printed up in time for the 1992 Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden.

The final edition will be printed in two versions -- one retail, one wholesale. Both editions will be on beautiful (recycled) paper printed in soy-based ink. So far, the old edition is sold in one book store, and is available compliments of one doctor in his office.

Printing of the 2 editions will, now, not occur until October of this year (an earlier date was hoped for); we are waiting for a post office box for which there is a 3-month waiting period.

For those of you who do not know, for a $20 donation to The VivaVegie Society, you can have your name printed on the flyer. Write for more information.

Much work needs to be done to get the "101 Reasons" in book and health food stores, veggie restaurants, doctor's offices, and marketed through catalogs.

Anyone who has an idea of where "101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian" should be available, send the name, address and contact-person on to The VivaVegie Society. Be one of the "Johnny Appleseed"(s) of vegetarianism in your home town. (I, myself am going to get New York City saturated with "The 101"!)

Other news at The VivaVegie Society: As you can see, this edition of "The VivaVine" is typeset! The MAC that this newsletter was typeset with is the property of The VivaVegie Society. So, all future editions of the newsletter will be much more presentable than issues in the past.

A note to those of you who are photocopying copies of "101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian" (and bragging about it, no less ... !): This is really not exactly legal, folks. A better idea, it is suggested, is to obtain multiple copies from The VivaVegie Society. Copies obtained through VivaVegie will look quite a bit better. Please contact The VivaVegie Society for additional copies.

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