Post from Jordan Stranger

December 15, 2014 | By Nadia

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I was fortunate enough to have a table set up at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights Wednesday, December 10th. It also happened to be Human Rights Day so it all felt like perfect timing 🙂

My table was set up in partnership with Urban Poling Inc, to promote the “Spirit Pole” design I did on their Nordic Walking Poles. The overall response was great! If it weren’t for Diana Oliver (Managing Director of Urban Poling) I wouldn’t have been there! I feel very humbled and thankful for everyone who was a part of making that night possible, and also to those friends and family who came to support me. 🙂

Thanks
Jordan Stranger

Graphic Designer / Visual Artist
 
Winnipeg, MB
 
W: 204-285-3535
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Nadia

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