Support legal reform in California through shopping

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PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MARYANN MALONEY MARINO
DECEMBER 7, 2009 949-375-0856

SUPPORT LEGAL REFORM THROUGH SHOPPING
California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse Holiday Bazaar Auction is open for bidding

ORANGE COUNTY – Do you want to fight lawsuit abuse but aren’t sure how? The California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse Holiday Bazaar Auction is now open for bidding! Come check out what we have to offer and before you know it, you could be supporting legal reform from a scenic hotel in Hawaii!

Auction items include:
• Four night/five day stay at the The Ka’annapli Beach Hotel in Maui
• Five night/six day stay at the Barcelo Hotel La Jolla de Mismaloya in Puerto Vallarta
• Four VIP tickets to see Dr. Phil

And much more, including restaurants, spas, golf, jewelry and more! Click here to start shopping. Check back often to see what’s new.

“The California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse online auction is a fun easy way for people to support legal reform,” said Maryann Marino, Regional Director. “We must do all we can to create a more business friendly climate in California to protect our businesses and jobs. Supporting legal reform is one way to turn California’s economy around for the better.”

California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse is a nonpartisan grassroots movement of concerned citizens and businesses who are fighting against lawsuit abuse in California. CALA serves as a watchdog to challenge the abuse of our civil justice system, and engages the public and the media to deliver the message that lawsuit abuse is alive and well in California — and that all Californians are paying the price.. More than 50,000 Californians are active supporters of California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse.

For more information, go to calaauction.cmarket.com or http://www.cala.com./index.php.

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