Paper bags turn blue to combat child violence

Paper bags turn blue to combat child violence

09 AUG, 2018: Packaging News Magazine report on the efforts made by YGAP and East 9th Brewing in the Polished Man charity campaign to raise awareness of violence against children.

“Along with the new blue bags, owners Josh Lefers, Stephen Wools and Benjamin Cairns will also paint their fingernails blue in a bid to help raise awareness and $50,000 for the Polished Man Campaign until the end of October.”

http://www.packagingnews.com.au/news/paper-bags-turn-blue-to-combat-child-violence

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