Using PETA's leaflets is the best and easiest way to go, but if you have to make your own leaflets for a local issue or for any other reason, keep the following tips in mind:
If you're making a leaflet to publicize an event, think of it as a small poster. Use a clear, issue-appropriate photograph or illustration to capture people's attention.
The following types of leaflets are the most frequently used:
The following tips will also help you create your own effective leaflets:
PETA has leaflets on a variety of subjects available to activists for a small donation. The text in the leaflets is not copyrighted, so your group can use information from them instead of reinventing the wheel. Contact PETA's Literature Department or visit PETA Literature to order or download leaflets.
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