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TricorBraun Supplies Bottles To End Illegal Wildlife Trade

November 17, 2008

WildAid, an international organization committed to ending illegal wildlife trade, will get a boost from a new hair care line. David Babaii, an environmentally committed California hair stylist, will donate to WildAid a portion of the sales from his new line of hair care products, David Babaii For WildAid. TricorBraun is supplying custom-designed 400ml WildAid bottles to Universal Packaging Systems for the program. The containers, which are green, brown and ivory, are manufactured with soft touch resin. A Seaquist polypropylene flip top is used in the 28mm snap neck finish. More info:
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