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Steve Anderson (l), Commercial Director and owner of Keepme Bags with Avril Mills and Jamie Marshall of Premier Print & Promotions.

UK – The “Race to print 200,000 cotton bags“ donation campaign by Keepme Bags has come to an end. Since January 6, 2014, the British bag manufacturer had donated a penny for every sold and imprinted bag of its Long Handled Natural Cotton Bag model with the aim of raising 2,000 British pounds (approx. 2,400 euros) for 200,000 bags sold. The customer, who placed the largest order, was able to determine which charity the money was donated to. On the request of Premier Print & Promotions, the 2,000 pounds went to the British charity organisation, The Dream Factory, which is dedicated to helping children and youths with life limiting or life threatening conditions.

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