Bull run campaign forces Thomas Cook to stop marketing the Pamplona festival
PETA declared victory after Thomas Cook and Britanny Ferries both agreed to stop promoting the Pamplona bull run online.
Campaigners at PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said it was delighted “a growing number of UK travel companies are taking the high road”.
Peta urged both to remove any mention of the festival, claiming all the bulls are taken off to be “tormented and killed” in bullfights.
Thomas Cook business manager Nancy Brock told Peta: “I was very disappointed to learn that [the promotion] had made its way onto any Thomas Cook website.
“I plan to speak with the team leader responsible for that site so we can ensure that everyone knows and understands our stance on animal welfare issues.”
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