Righteous Retailer Pulls Big-Top Tees

Published by PETA.

In news from the “elefriend” front, yet another kind company has promised to stop promoting Ringling Bros.


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After talking to some very persuasive PETA peeps and learning that Ringling beats elephants when it thinks no one is watching, Spanish women’s clothing chain Zara has vowed to pull all Ringling T-shirts from the racks of its more than 1,300 international stores.

Gracias, Zara, and might we suggest carrying this trendy tee instead?

Written by Amy Elizabeth

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