Postcard Friendship Friday

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Not long ago I saw a promotion for Tide logo vintage t-shirts,
the purchase price of the tee was going to support disaster victims.
I got the t-shirt for a friend's daughter
it arrived with this postcard tucked in the box.
Check out their website for more info on how you can help.

28 comments:

  1. Seems like a great program Tide has going.

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  2. The T-shirts come in loads of colors too! I was surprised to see red, green, yellow, and blue ones.... I'm such a mess and would never grab a white one:) It's has such great vintage cuteness too! What a great cause! I'll grab one!

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  3. How cool. Thanks Daryl. Even though I don't use Tide, I like what they are doing.

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  4. I love to hear about companies who are helping others! Neat program.

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  5. What a great program!! Thanks for letting me know about it.

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  6. I saw them on 'Ellen' - great idea, they do a lot of good work

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  7. I want one of these T's! & now I have an excuse because it's for a good cause!
    LOve Love love your Jim Morrison graffiti art capture.

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  8. Great tide program and I did see this on TV. Nice to see they helped out. The problem with my cupcake balls is a mystery to me and a whole lot of other people who tried to make them? They are sort of like Nancy Pelosi falling on her head:)
    Joyce

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  9. I don't use tide, but I love what they are doing for disaster victims.

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  10. I heard about this campaign and think it's a great idea. I try not to use Tide because I'm not wild about the petrochemicals - that said, they get me with that "everything in the world is okay" comforting scent!

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  11. I hadn't heard of the Tide campaign. Thank you for sharing that info. Totally cool, retro postcard too.

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  12. Great idea for Tide to do this. I like the post cards a lot.

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  13. Disaster relief is a cause that is very near and dear to my heart. I always enjoy seeing the clever ways that people support the effort!

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  14. This is a nice design, especially the cancelled "stamps". I'm glad that postcards are still seen as a viable marketing tool in the 21st century.

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  15. What a great idea - the T shirt and the postcard! :)

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  16. I've seen the ad on TV. This cool postcard makes the campaign seem all the more real somehow.

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  17. A great cause. And what cool tees!

    I'll have to check out this Postcard Friendship Friday thing too. I'm intrigued.

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  18. Hi Daryl

    Happy PFF .
    This was a fantastic card to post .
    I have seen a couple of the ads on T.V. and living in Texas we saw a Tide team heading south towards Galveston after the hurricane .
    I am so glad you shared this one.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Don't you just love simple, helpful stuff like this!

    Why can't things be like this ALL the time? Good for you, Daryl.
    Aloha-

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  20. Your postcard is very neat. I like it very much! Happy PFF!

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  21. That's a great program that Tide does.

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  22. Nice! Interesting all the things people put onto postcards! Happy PFF!

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  23. All for a good cause.

    have a wonderful day,Daryl.

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