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Sleep Country and SchoolBOX

Check out this radio ad that went live this week across Canada.  It introduces SchoolBOX to a wider audience and also talks about how Sleep Country has helped SchoolBOX.  The development of this ad, and the airtime was all courtesy of Sleep Country.

Click above to hear the Sleep Country and SchoolBOX PSA

Sleep Country has also generously provided SchoolBOX with office space in their head office in Toronto.  This summer, they will be the title sponsor for the Cycle 4 SchoolBOX and will help over 2000 children receive an education in Central America.

Remember that Ilan takes off fromVancouver, British Columbia around June 7, and will arrive in St. John’s Newfoundland around August 26.  You can follow his exploits through this website (www.cycle4SchoolBOX.com), through our twitter handle @schoolBOXhelps, or on our facebook page.

If you LIKE our facebook page, SchoolBOX receives a donation of $2.  This is a great way to raise awareness and funds for the development of education in Central America.  Let all your friends know about this, as the more LIKES we get, the more cash we get for education!  www.facebook.com/schoolboxhelps

Check out these photos (courtesy of http://www.richardmorrison.ca and www.hickerphoto.com)  It shows the start and end points of the Cycle 4 SchoolBOX.  Time to get excited!

Vancouver, British Columbia - Start of the Cycle 4 SchoolBOX - km 0

St. John's, Newfoundland - End of the Cycle 4 SchoolBOX - km 8249

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