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CTAHR’s Got a Brand-New Bag

Pick up a canvas tote from OCS

  • 30 January 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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CTAHR’s Got a Brand-New Bag

If you made a New Year’s resolution to be more eco-conscious…or show off your CTAHR pride more…or wear more green and white…then the brand-new reusable canvas CTAHR tote bag is for you! It’s a durable, fashionable, sustainable way to bring home your groceries…or take your towel and your SPF 50 along for a day at the beach…or bring your purse dog with you to the office...anything you need to carry around. Pick up one…or two…or three at the Office of Communication Services (Gilmore 211). All those possibilities, for only $11.00!

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