T- shirt to support cyclone victims
NORTH Queensland residents will be able to sport a lasting reminder of their brush with Mother Nature while supporting the people who felt the full force of Cyclone Yasi.
The Townsville Bulletin, in partnership with Norstate Marketing, has launched the Kiss My Yasi t-shirt promotion to help raise badly-needed f u n d s t o g e t N o r t h Queenslanders back on their feet. Bulletin marketing manager Susan Gillespie said the promotion was a great way to give back. ‘‘ This has been a particularly hard time for a lot of people trying to rebuild their lives so this is our way of helping out,’’ she said. ARTISTIC TOUCH: Natalie Lee, Joseph Singh and Cassie MacKenzie
Bulletin graphic artist a n d s h i r t d e s i g n e r Natalie Lee said the project was a rewarding experience.
‘ ‘ We r e a l l y w a n t e d something that described the cyclone so we started using a whole heap of circular objects and car- ried on from there. It has been a wonderful experience to be involved in and a great way to help people out at the same time,’’ she said.
To get your very own Kiss My Yasi t-shirt, cut out the coupon from the Townsville Bulletin this week and present at the Bully, Innisfail Advocate or Herbert River Express front counter between 8.30am and 4.30pm from Monday to Friday, along with $ 5. Shirts are also available for sale for $ 10 without a coupon.
All profits from the sales will go towards the C y c l o n e Y a s i C o m - munity Appeal.