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Seon Design reinforces commitment to bullying awareness

Posted on December 13, 2013

Throughout 2013, Seon Design has shown support for anti-bullying efforts, and it also launched its own bullying awareness campaign, “No Bullies on My Bus.”

In the company’s latest blog post, Marketing Coordinator Tia O’Grady provides a recap of Seon’s activities throughout the year to support its campaign, from donating a portion of the proceeds of every bus camera system sold between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 to anti-bullying education and awareness campaigns such as “The Bully Project” to organizing the “Bullies Aren’t Cool” coloring contest.

O’Grady also writes about what the company has learned from its No Bullies on My Bus campaign, including bullying prevention being a top priority in the school transportation industry.  

To read the blog post in full, click here.

Related Topics: bullying

Comments ( 2 )
  • Tia O'Grady

     | about 4 years ago

    Thank you for the post Heather. It is great to hear that you started a "Bully Project" of your own! This is exactly one of the many reasons why we support the cause - to encourage school districts and other companies to start their own campaigns so that we are a united front against bullying. Seon appreciates and supports your anti-bullying efforts!

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