Target: Lars Liebst, CEO of Tivoli Gardens
Goal: Disband the agreement between Tivoli Gardens and Kopenhagen Fur
Tivoli Gardens is a popular amusement park located in Denmark that attracts families and tourists every year. Tivoli Gardens recently signed an agreement lasting three years with Kopenhagen Fur, Denmark’s leading fur auction house. Kopenhagen Fur is a huge supplier of fur, and thus, the company is responsible for the thousands of animals that it kills to make its products. Tivoli Gardens is a beautiful park that should not taint its image by being associated with a company that murders animals.
Tivoli Gardens is one of the world’s oldest amusement parks, opening back in 1843. It has since grown to become filled with rides, activities, and restaurants while still being surrounded with trees. Kopenhagen Fur, on the other hand, has grown to become a huge company at the expense of innocent animals. Kopenhagen Fur exploits animals and brutally murders them for their fur. The auction house is responsible for millions of mink deaths every year. If these two companies go through with their agreement, Kopenhagen fur will be the official partner and will participate in the Tivoli Gardens Christmas festivities.
Tivoli Gardens’ CEO Lars Liebst stated that the agreement will allow Tivoli Gardens to grow. According to Kopenhangen Fur’s website, Liebst stated: “The agreement is of benefit to both Tivoli and our visitors from at home and abroad, as it allows us to continue to develop Christmas in Tivoli. Like Tivoli, Kopenhagen Fur has a leading position in the world in its field, and we have both built strong brands by staking much on quality, traditions and innovation without accepting compromises. In Tivoli our mission is to enchant our visitors, and the new partnership will help us achieve this.” Liebst easily ignores the larger image of animal cruelty and brutally.
Tivoli Gardens, a family-oriented park, should not be associated with a company that kills animals for profit. Tell Liebst to disband the agreement immediately.
Dear Lars Liebst,
It has become aware to me recently that Tivoli Gardens has agreed to a three-year contract with Kopenhagen Fur, one of the largest auction houses for fur. Although this agreement will supply Tivoli Gardens with a huge company partner, the agreement must be disbanded. Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park for families, little children, and tourists, and it should not be so closely linked to a company that kills animals.
Kopenhagen Fur is responsible for over millions of mink deaths a year. Minks are natural creatures that belong to the earth and not on people’s shoulders. Being partners with Kopenhagen Fur will tarnish your image, and thus Tivoli Gardens should remain as it is.
Do not indirectly support animal cruelty and murder. Disband the agreement before the Christmas event.
[Your Name Here]