A new sign has been erected outside a Chrysler building in the UK, as part of a campaign by the Campaign to Save Chrysler Building.
The sign was erected outside the iconic Chrysler Building in the town of Hastings.
It is part of the campaign to save the iconic building in Hastings.
The sign, which has a message of hope, says: “In the name of Jesus Christ, we ask you to do what you can to save our iconic building, the Chrysler Building.”
The message was delivered by a woman who spoke to the BBC in English, and who also gave the BBC a translation of the sign, saying: “We need your help to save this building.
It’s a beautiful building.
If you see this sign, please help us save it.”
A local resident, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the BBC: “It’s nice to see it for the first time.
This is the first sign that we’ve seen since we’ve started this campaign, and we hope that other people will do the same.” “
I’ve seen a lot of people doing good things and I’ve seen lots of people saying that they’re going to come and take the sign down.
This is the first sign that we’ve seen since we’ve started this campaign, and we hope that other people will do the same.”
Campaigns to save buildings have become increasingly popular across the UK since the closure of the former Tate Gallery in London in the early 2020s.