Campaign urges employees to remove gun companies from 401k investments

Campaign urges employees to remove gun companies from 401k investments
Photo from the "Campaign to Unload" website.
The "Campaign to Unload" is working to spread employee awareness of 401k investments in publicly traded gun companies.
The campaign urges the employee to "unload"—by eliminating those investments from their retirement funds.
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Beloved Seahawks player Bobby Wagner is an advocate of the cause—included within recorded videos on the campaign's website and YouTube page.

SEATTLE — "I'm unloading," says Wagner in a video. "For my family and their future." [Watch below or at this link.]

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Many 401k portfolios include investments in publicly traded gun companies, according to the campaign. 
[Read about the cause—and find out if you're investing into gun companies—here: http://unloadyour401k.com/]
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