Anti-bullying shirt sales in Okanagan exceed 3500

It wasn't just students decked out in pink shirts in support of anti-bullying day Wednesday,

2/23/2011

It wasn't just students decked out in pink shirts in support of anti-bullying day Wednesday, according to the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs.  Marketing Coordinator Erin Turvey says Penticton City Council, banks, media and other members of the community have bought shirts in support of the anti-bullying efforts.  She says last year, they sold 800 shirts.  This year, shirt sales have exceeded 3500.  Turvey says all funds raised from the shirts will go towards anti-bullying programs at the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs.
 
Sara Norman-Penticton