The following is in response to a post last week titled, Provocative Protest Signs Plastered Up and Down Georgia Avenue. I also noted [on Sat. afternoon] that most of the signs have been torn up. I’m not sure why Everlasting Life was listed on the poster in the first place but please take a few seconds to read the following:
I am writing as a representative of Everlasting Life Cafe concerning our restaurant hosting a meeting for an extremist group.
Please be advised that this meeting has been moved.
The messages and opinions expressed by this group are in no way, shape or form, associated with the views of Everlasting Life Cafe.
Rather, we would like for the service that we provide remain a reflection of our appreciation for every single customer that walks through our doors and in no instance would we allow anything within our control to offend anyone who contributes to our business, in turn, providing a source of enrichment for the community in which we currently reside.
We do not support any extremist groups and that the messages and opinions expressed by this group are in no way, shape or form, associated with the views of Everlasting Life Café. We are in business to provide healthy alternative food to everyone, that’s all. Because of this post we’ve lost countless customers over a misunderstanding.
We appreciate your patronage and hope to receive the continued support from you and all of your friends and family.
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