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A Drink To Die For

Posted by Noah Scalin | 18-06-2009 13:33 | Category: Activism, Health, Human rights, Developing World



The L’Desh Fresh campaign for bottled water is not what it initially appears to be…


More info from the creators of this campaign for Water Partners can be found HERE.


Advertiser:
Water Partners
Agency:
Sullivan Higdon & Sink
Source:
Media Blips




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Comments about A Drink To Die For

This made me smile. I will continue to share. Thx

Posted by Dwight | 18-06-2009 16:34

Comments about A Drink To Die For

It may make one smile, but it does not make one DO anything. Cynicism is OK; but you shouldn’t forget the message, if you try to change things.

Posted by Gabriele Bryant | 19-06-2009 08:45

Comments about A Drink To Die For

This was done, done done in Australia and much better. Won a lion! Hamish Spencer and Heather Sheen.

Direct f*ing rip off!

http://theinspirationroom.com/daily/2006/water-aid-black-water-springs/

Posted by ben. | 22-06-2009 02:00



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