I just read about this - and am delighted that these companies have seemingly responded so well to this campaign (also furious and amazed and how staggeringly, surreally idiotic Fb have been in its apathy about these pages - particularly when they've been so on the case in removing pictures showing breastfeeding).
Great campaign, well worth reading about and supporting.
It seems this campaign it building up international steam, as well it might. Some of the FB pages are absolutely awful
on Salon "Soraya Chemaly, one of the framers of the project, told Salon on Tuesday that last fall, a reader contacted her via Facebook and told her to investigate something shed found posted there. She said shed reported it several times and that it had been up a long time, she said. It was a nearly seven-minute video of a woman walking by a roadside, who is then grabbed and gang-raped. It had been up for 24 days. It had hundreds of views, says Chemaly. Its incomprehensible how it could be up for this length of time. "
Sad that Vistprint seem to have just brushed it away, their response gives the impression of a 'what can we do' shrug.
What they can do is very simple, if FB won't give you any promises about reactively moderating in a timely fashion then don't pay them to associate your logo with hate speech.
It's not beyond the wit of man to have some trigger words in group titles that would make a moderator do an assessment in association with employing enough moderators to react to that and to alerts people make. Any alert should be dealt with within 24h as an absolute minimum.