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RECYCLE MOORE
Recycle Moore -- Brent Wheelbarger, Trifecta Communications, Moore, OK ... "This recycling campaign is just too funny -- complete with kids' crayon pages (space aliens saying, 'Take us to your litter!') and green 'Let's Talk trash' wristbands. There's more of course -- well prepared multimedia materials, inclusive environmental videos and handouts from t-shirts to cloth grocery bags. An effective campaign. Even the title contributes, with its play on words, 'Recycle Moore.' Get it?"

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