Monday, February 9, 2009

Please Call and Preserve the $15,000 Tax Credit!

Photo by pogonophobia on Flickr.

I thought we were home free and clear when the Senate announced an amendment to the stimulus package for a $15,000 homebuyer tax credit last week. I just received news that there is a possibility that the credit could be scaled back before the Senate casts its final vote on Tuesday. It's extremely important we don't let this happen, so I am asking everyone to please take a second out of their day to call the number below and and tell them to preserve the entire $15,000 credit . With everyone's support we can make the $15,000 tax credit a reality! It's imperative you call before Tuesday!


* Beginning the morning of Monday, February 9, please call your Senators at 1-866-924-NAHB (6242)and tell them to preserve the entire $15,000 credit in the Senate version of the economic stimulus bill.

After listening to a brief message about the tax credit, you will be asked to enter your zip code so that you can be connected to your House and Senate legislators. The tax credit message should only go to your Senators. So, after the prompt, please press "2" to skip your Representative and be connected to your first Senator. After you speak to your first Senator, simply stay on the line to automatically be connected to your second Senator.

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Anonymous February 10, 2009 at 3:31 AM  

Nice photography.

Darcy Creaturo February 10, 2009 at 9:38 AM  

I am sharing this with all my contacts and I hope They will help us get this passed.

SIREN February 10, 2009 at 11:10 PM  

Darcy - Thanks for helping me spread the word to support the cause. Keep in touch!

LM - I thought this photo was a little eerie, which is why I liked it. Plus it catches your attention and served its purpose. I just checked out your website...I like what I see. Send me some info on your company because I would like to do a blog post on your company.