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JOIN REGIONAL BUSINESSES THAT SUPPORT MARRIAGE EQUALITY

Scroll below the logos to see instructions on how to join our regional business support campaign.

Not a regional business but still want to help? Join 1211 organisations showing their support for marriage equality:

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41 South Tasmania
Abbey of the Roses
Absolve Communications
Alison Cosker Photographer
Amelia Espresso
Annabellas Recycled Clothing
Autech Design
Beautiful Isle Wines
Bek Burrows Styling & Events
Benesse Coffee & Cake
Birchalls - all things to all people
Bladerunner Hair@The Charles
Blue Derby Pods Ride
Boost Promo Products Pty Ltd
Boutique Marine
BruBurger Echuca
Bunbury Flower Place
Cachet Florest
Cafe 3629
Cafe one0six
Café-Fez
Cape Grace Wines
Cateract on Paterson
Catered by Jacqueline
Caves Park Store
CEO Tasmania
Chemmart Launceston
Cherry Bomb Tattoo
Christian Fletcher Photo Images
Cills creative cakes
City Professionals
Clancy’s Fish Pub
Coco & Bliss
Conscious Craves Foods
Corners on King
Corrynne’s Natural Soap
Corton Audio
Cream Coloured Ponies
Credit Counsellors Australia
Cumulus Studio
Cycology
DanceFit
Deaf Indigenous Community Consultancy
Delicacy
Diversity Group
Diversity Project
Donati's Pizza Bar
Dr Paul Armanasco
Drummond Catering
Dukes Deli
Dunsborough Pop Up Wedding Co
Eaglecrest Technologies
Echelon Marketing
effective naturally
Elk Events
Empire Hair Makeup Photography
EskBeerFest
Event Avenue
Evviva Cafe
Excellent Outcomes
Exit Late Night Bar
Ezistreet
Fabulous Celebrations
Faces
Falcon Visuals
Farmer Drew
Fierce Studio
Fresh Promotional Products
Front-Line Signs
Fugu Tewantin
Glass Monkey Window Cleaning
Gnarly Narwhals
Goulburn Valley Community Legal Centre
Goulburn Valley Pride
Gowns and More
GV Hotel
Hair United
halibut creative
Happy High Herbs
Happy Snaps Photobooth
Harmony Hairdressing
Hatherley Birrell Collection
Headspace
HL Hotel
Holst Design & Build
Holy Guacomole
Honed Architecture
Household Agency
Indeco
Industry Hair
Innerspace Wardrobes
Inside Cafe
Jannys Café
Jesters Sandridge Village
JL Productions
JMc McCrimmon Insurance
Karly says
Kayak Noosa Kayak Centre
Knox & Aya
KOOEE! Snacks
Land Management North Tasmania
Lemon TreeCafe
Liz Arcus Photography
Lurie Concepts
Malu Os Eco Boat Hire Noosa
Man - healthier directions for males
Maple Cafe
Margaret River Artisan Store
Mathew Verney
Maxam Printing
Michele's Bridal
MILF Maternity Wear
Minimalist Jewellery
Mitre 10 Bridgetown & Manjimup
Mono Café
Morries Anytime
Murray River Books
My Little Hands
My Sunshine Coast
Nina's Jewellery
Nites Electrical
Noosa Beach Towels
Noosa Cruise & Travel
Noosa Woody Hire & Events
NSW IT Support
Old Franklin Store & Workshop
One Touch Technologies
Ontime Flooring
Optimum Health Wellness & Bodywork Centre
OUTintheOPEN
OZTenpin Bowling
Palmer's Dance Studio
Pesel & Carr
PFLAG Shepparton
Piari&Co
PitchTech Constructions
Pittsy & Emmas Tewantin Plaza Fruit Market
Pole Revolution
Positively Organic Skincare
Quality Inn Eden Holme
Rapture In Hair
RATFUNK Poductions
Red Brick Road Cider
Reid Henderson Design
Rod Bracken Communications
Select Noosa Paul Hincke Real Estate
Southern City Bathroom Renovations
Southwest Foot and Ankle Centre
Space Light Order
SRA Corporate Change
St Aiden Wines
Star Bar Hotel
Strawberry Communications
suptopia
Susie Fishers Newnham Pharmacy
Sweetbrew
T Business Centre Launceston
T'n'T media design
Talisman Menswear
TAS print
Tasmanian over 30s
Tasmanian Soap Company
Thai Orchid Restaurant Shepparton
The Apple Tree Inn
The Blue Budha
The Bridge Youth Service
The City Slider
The Cooking Company
The Cure Coffee Company
The Fitness Academy
The Flower Bench
The Grove Experience
The Irish
The Living Room
The Loft
The Meadow
The Plant
The running Company Launceston
Theatre North
Thomas Paul Security
Tiger Blue Hairdressing
Toros
Tranquil Moments
Travel and Living Collection
Truly Proud Rainbow Robes
Tudor House Motor Inn
United Language
Uniting Care Kildonan
Ut Si catering
VAT2
Vintage Tasmania
Viridian IT
Walker Designs
Wed In Tas
West Coast Seafood
Willy Bay Resort
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We are asking all regional businesses to add their voice to the growing call for equal rights for all Australians. If your business would like to join in then please use this page to upload:

  • a scanned copy of your letter of support on your organisation’s letterhead
  • your organisation’s logo
  • the web address to which we should backlink your logo

Feel free to use the open letter of support below or submit your own original letter of support. Don’t forget to let us know which web address you would like us to backlink the logo to.

Once your logo has been loaded onto our website you may wish to place this logo on your own website to show your support. Please backlink to our main web page: australianmarriageequality.org

You may also wish to print this poster and place it in your front window. Included in that download is a meme to use on social media.


THE LETTER

Feel free to use this letter of support below, submit your own original letter or even a mixture of the two.


AN OPEN LETTER FROM AUSTRALIAN REGIONAL BUSINESS OWNERS IN SUPPORT OF MARRIAGE EQUALITY

We, regional business owners from across Australia, write to express our support for marriage equality.
We recognise that diversity makes workplaces stronger and more successful. We support the right of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) employees to work and live in environments free of prejudice and discrimination, enjoying the essential freedoms experienced by other employees and the broader community.

We believe that individual rights and liberties are critically important. They are essential in the creation of a healthy, harmonious and open society. An equitable society, free of discrimination, allows all employees to function at their best. This has obvious benefits for small businesses. Australia, a nation with a robust democratic tradition, would also benefit greatly from allowing all its citizens to be treated equally.

The Australian people are increasingly supportive of marriage equality, with a recent study showing 72 per cent believe same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. We agree. Globally, around 20 countries have passed laws to allow same-sex marriage, including the U.S., Ireland, New Zealand, Canada and Great Britain – which did so with lower support for marriage equality than Australia is seeing right now. Times have changed.

Not only is marriage equality the only truly fair option, but it is also a sound economic option, given that a happy workforce is a productive one. To remain competitive, and to attract top talent from around the world, organisations – and nations – must create a fair and respectful environment for all.

Equality in the workplace works; Discrimination does not.

We support the right for all our employees to have equal opportunities in life. We therefore support marriage equality.

Sincerely,

(insert name)

(insert title)

(insert company)


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