Novel way to get a message across
A company offering personalised product for schools says its teddy bears are ideal for getting a road safety message across to children.
School Bears says it can print ‘anything’ onto the bear’s t-shirts – one council printed STOP, LOOK, LISTEN on the front of the t-shirt and their logo on the back.
For further information and to see examples go to: www.schoolbears.co.uk, or ring 01275 814087 to discuss an idea or request samples.
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