April 20 2018

The Standard Telephone Co. Wants YOU to Ring Your Rep

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As of April 2018, over 3,000 of you have called Congress with Ring Your Rep. Keep it up!
In our mission to support positive, productive activism and Stand Up, we installed Ring Your Rep phone booths at all five of our hotels in NYC, LA, and Miami that dial Congress directly. Get vocal about whatever issue you see fit at no cost to you whatsoever.

Since installing all five phone booths, we've partnered with organizations such as Everytown and the ACLU to host Ring Your Rep events in all of our cities around issues like gun control, DACA, March for Our Lives, and more.
Left: Actor Julianne Moore rings her rep at The Standard, High Line for gun control during an event with Everytown. Right: NBA player Dwyane Wade rings his rep for Parkland 17 and March for Our Lives at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach. 
Left: Actor Julianne Moore rings her rep at The Standard, High Line for gun control during an event with Everytown. Right: NBA player Dwyane Wade rings his rep for Parkland 17 and March for Our Lives at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach. 
Left: Actor Julianne Moore rings her rep at The Standard, High Line for gun control during an event with Everytown. Right: NBA player Dwyane Wade rings his rep for Parkland 17 and March for Our Lives at The Standard Spa, Miami Beach. 
Left: Author and activist Janet Mock rings her rep at The Standard, Hollywood at an event with Swing Left. Right: Activist Saada Ahmed rings her rep at The Standard, East Village.
Left: Author and activist Janet Mock rings her rep at The Standard, Hollywood at an event with Swing Left. Right: Activist Saada Ahmed rings her rep at The Standard, East Village.
Left: Author and activist Janet Mock rings her rep at The Standard, Hollywood at an event with Swing Left. Right: Activist Saada Ahmed rings her rep at The Standard, East Village.
We also installed a direct-dial feature on all of our in-room phones at all five hotels so you can make the call from the privacy of your own bedchambers.

And don’t fret, all phones come with a simple call script so you’ll know what to say.
Lead photo/this photo by Clint Spaulding

Lead photo/this photo by Clint Spaulding