And Then There Were None Introduces the “Love One Out, Love Won Out” Campaign

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The Goal of “Love One Out” is to show that love wins by loving one (clinic workers) out of the abortion clinic industry.

Austin, Texas – On February 8, 2016, And Then There Were None introduced a new campaign, Love One Out, which is geared towards helping abortion clinic workers leave the industry. On Valentine’s Day, pro-life activists and volunteers will be writing love letters and sending flowers to clinic workers with the simple message, “We love you, and you are too good to be working in an abortion clinic. We love you enough to help you quit. Healing is possible.”
The Love One Out campaign is organized by And Then There Were None and pro-life sidewalk advocates to Love One out of the abortion industry.  You can read more about the campaign here.

And Then There Were None President, Abby Johnson said the following on the Love One Out campaign:

“As a former abortion clinic worker, I remember wanting to leave the industry but wondered how it would be perceived. Would someone love me enough to help me get out? I knew that I deserved better, and when I left the abortion industry, I wanted to help other workers leave as well, which is why I started ATTWN. Love always wins, and what we’re finding here at ATTWN is that this message of pro-life being pro-love is helping the pro-life movement to reach a different group of people. This group – clinic workers – are changing the narrative in the pro-life movement through a message of love that empowers them enough to quit their job in the abortion industry.” Stated Abby Johnson, Founder of And Then There Were None.

“The Love One Out campaign was designed to help abortion clinic workers know that they can do better than working in the abortion industry and that they can receive the support and love from others who have left the industry.”

Abby Johnson, And Then There Were None President, is available for interviews. For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Annie Celotto at *protected email* or 804-869-7125.