It’s a Blue March

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Last night, a movie called The Cove was awarded an Oscar for “Best Feature Documentary” film. It’s a gripping examination of a highly secretive annual dolphin massacre that takes place off the coast of Japan. The film was produced by the Oceanic Preservation Society, a non-profit organization founded by filmmakers, photographers, and eco-activists.

As animal lovers ourselves, we were astonished by the movie’s revelations about this horrific industry. So in support of OPS, we are launching a special “blue” March promotion! The Green Kangaroo will donate 5% of all blue sales for the remainder of March to the Oceanic Preservation Society.

Help build our fund by ordering something “blue” – literally! Blue orders contain one or more of the following:

• blue ink

• blue paper

• blue ribbon

• blue embellishments

We’ll feature some of the most lovely blue orders on the blog throughout the month, to provide you with inspiration! Just remember, to qualify for this promotion, orders must be submitted before March 31, 2010.

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One Response to “It’s a Blue March”

  1. Kristin

    This is an awesome promotion and cause! I watched this documentary several months ago and could not stop talking about it afterward—or posting updates to facebook. Immediately after watching (and crying!) I wanted to donate, spread the word, and personally go to Japan and stop what goes on in Taiji! It’s great to see others invested in this cause as well…and that TGK has made it so simple for people who haven’t even heard of “The Cove” yet to help too! Ric O’Barry would be proud!


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