As a national outcry went up over House Bill 2, so did a billboard on Highway 108 between the towns of Tryon and Columbus in Polk County near the S.C.-N.C. state line: “Welcome to North Carolina,” it announced. “Due to our stance on LGBT rights, Please Set Your Clocks Back 100 Years.” The billboard was taken down after someone defaced it.
As a national outcry went up over House Bill 2, so did a billboard on Highway 108 between the towns of Tryon and Columbus in Polk County near the S.C.-N.C. state line: “Welcome to North Carolina,” it announced. “Due to our stance on LGBT rights, Please Set Your Clocks Back 100 Years.” The billboard was taken down after someone defaced it. Courtesy of the Tryon Daily Bulletin Leah Justice
As a national outcry went up over House Bill 2, so did a billboard on Highway 108 between the towns of Tryon and Columbus in Polk County near the S.C.-N.C. state line: “Welcome to North Carolina,” it announced. “Due to our stance on LGBT rights, Please Set Your Clocks Back 100 Years.” The billboard was taken down after someone defaced it. Courtesy of the Tryon Daily Bulletin Leah Justice

Polk: Anti-HB2 billboard sparked war of words

October 10, 2016 04:00 PM