Education & Awareness - 2004 Highlights
CCV Memphis authored a strategy and participated in a national effort against a major clothing chain’s sexually charged advertising campaign directed toward pre teens and teens. The effort was so successful and the Corporation switched to a more family friendly approach to advertising.
CCV conducted an Education Awareness Program to alert our community that the costly campaign to bring the annual MTV Awards presentation would have a vegetative impact on the youth of our city.
CCV has worked with local agencies to prevent the opening of at least three new Adult Business and the closing or bringing into compliance several others.
CCV has worked to improve the adult zoning ordinances in our community including a new zone, Neighborhood Commercial, which excludes the sale of adult material. We also provided four additional communities with updated Adult Businesses Ordnances.
CCV continued to alert Parents of the relentless cultural battle that is being waged for Control of the moral values of our most precious asset our children.
CCV has partnered with other non-profit originations to assist in bringing a better standard of living back to our community.
CCV has worked diligently with City and County officials, law enforcement agencies, media outlets, code enforcement officials, concerned citizens, civic and church gropes to establish a voice within our community that cares about community and family values and are willing to achieve that goal.
CCV produced and distributed over 20,000 Family Values voters’ guides for the last election.
CCV will continue its battle to restore Community and family values to our community in 2006 one battle at a time with a renewed spirit and determination.