This past August Save Our Shores partnered with San Jose Sate’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications for Bag Habits. Save Our Shore’s Bag Habits gave students the opportunity for their artwork to be the face of the Prop 67 campaign. The Student’s campaign artwork was showcased at The Museum of Art and History in Downtown Santa Cruz.
Along with prominent judges of the MAH, the City of Santa Cruz, San Jose State, SOS’s Steward of the year, The Last Plastic Straw Founder Jackie Nunez and a mystery journalist, the public was able to cast their vote on which piece they thought would best represent the new campaign. To add to the excitement, Discretion Brewery provided local brews and The Glass Jar satisfied appetites.[hr][typography font=”Lato” size=”24″ size_format=”px” color=”#03b9d9″]After much deliberation, Arabela Espinoza and her partner Talia Nakjiri took the prize. Their design will become the new campaign face of the Central Coast Sanctuary Alliance to inform People about voting yes on Prop 67.[/typography][hr] [twocol_one][/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last]
[/twocol_one_last] [box]If you are wondering about Prop 67, it is California’s chance to ban single use plastics in grocery stores, restaurants and even retail, statewide. Prop 67 will be available for the public to vote yes on in the 2017 ballot. Learn more HERE![/box]