Wawa Eight Grader’s Art Work launched last weekend at LCBO Stores

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The Think Of Me bag campaign launched last weekend in LCBO stores across the
Province to raise awareness of the dangers of impaired driving.

Beating out tens of thousands of submissions, the powerful design from Wawa eighth-
grader Jazmyn Maki, is printed on 60,000 bags and distributed at LCBO stores across
the province.

‘Always Taking Care’ is a campaign designed with social responsibility as its message.
Young people were invited to submit designs for the campaign, which would see their
the winners art work as the wrapping over bottles leaving the LCBO stores.

The Social Media campaign includes posting #ThinkOfMe hashtags with a goal towards
socially responsible drinking – Arranging for a designated driver, and other ways to
arrive alive.

Young people were invited to submit designs for the campaign, which would see their art work as the wrapping over bottles leaving the LCBO stores. Maki took the top prize.

The Social Media campaign includes posting #ThinkOfMe hashtags with a goal towards socially responsible drinking. Arranging for a designated driver, and the other ways to arrive alive.

Congratulations to Jazmyn Maki, the LCBO – Always Taking Care – Think Of Me bag contest winner. An important message about the dangers of #ImpairedDriving from an amazing young leader in the Wawa community #ThinkOfMe / Photo viaTwitter NER OPP

 

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