Dave is an independent owner. He has contributed countless dollars to local causes and supported youth programs for many years. These yahoos were out there last weeks and it looks like Riptide is supporting an affront to a long time, tax generating local business. If these guys have a beef against Valero, let them take it to the corporate headquarters or the refinery. To attempt to disrupt and financially damage a local independent business is reprehensible.
Pacifica Climate Committee invites you to help save California’s landmark legislation (AB 32) from an oil company-funded attack. Help us defeat Proposition 23. We plan a series of actions at the at Linda Mar Boulevard and Highway 1.
Texas oil companies and Tesoro are primary funders of Yes on 23. The idea is not to boycott or blockade the gas station itself, but just to make the connection between oil company funding and Prop. 23. Our signs clearly say that we do not ask the public to boycott the station.
We will stand on Linda Mar Boulevard in front of the station with two big banners and small signs on Sunday, October 10 from 1 to 2 p.m. (This coincides with 350.org’s worldwide Work for the Climate event.) On Tuesday, October 26 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., we will stand on Linda Mar Blvd. in front of the station and across Highway 1.