Bring Back “The Dresden Files” Drum Stick Campaign

Posted By on September 20, 2007


From the handsome folks at Slice Of SciFi, this important announcement:

If all fans of “The Dresden Files,” which was cancelled by The SCI FI Channel are serious about wanting to get their show back with all new episodes, there might be something you can do.

Taking a page from the “Save Jericho” script, one of our Slice of SciFi fans by the name of John VanSeters took our cue about Mike’s suggestion of sending drum sticks to the network to the next level and got SCI FI President Bonnie Hammer’s snail-mail address. The drum stick is an appropriate message to send to Hammer since Harry Dresden uses one for his magician’s wand.

You can mail those drum sticks to:

The Sci-Fi Channel
Attn: Bonnie Hammer, President
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020-1513

Now get those drum sticks going and don’t forget to print “SAVE DRESDEN” on each stick you send to Ms. Hammer.


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7 Responses to “Bring Back “The Dresden Files” Drum Stick Campaign”

  1. JM Bell is a fan of Harry. How cool is that?

    Thanks so much for the linkback to the campaign. We over here at Slice of Scifi certainly appreciate the support.

    Keep up the great work, I love what you do. 😉

  2. Misty Fowler says:

    LOL. I said I (heart) Harry, too. I guess the comments box thought I was putting HTML in.

  3. AllenLane says:

    Harry Dresden is the uktiate wizards wizard in a modern environment. Bring back Harry.

  4. Learn Drums says:

    How are you, superb blog post.

  5. Shayna says:

    Hopefully this can get up and running again. The Dresden Files was a great show, come on people help bring it back

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