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Advertising Bus Campaign

In July 2017 , an awareness campaign sponsored by wonderful local bus company Qcity Transit in Queanbeyan and created by the incredible team at Transit Graphics was launched.

Two special brightly coloured full bus backs to assist in creating vital awareness of Paediatric Brain Tumours, the need for increased research and funding across the wider Canberra and Queanbeyan regions were launched. The buses began to operate widely in the region down towards Cooma, up to Yass in the north, and throughout the Canberra and Queanbeyan region to the streets of Canberra and surrounding areas.

Then in September 2017, a phenomenal full wrap bus was launched. The bus was donated by local Queanbeyan Company Qcity Transit, a member of the Comfort Delgro Australia Group Pty Ltd, the wrap will be maintained for as long a possible. The wrap was applied by Screenmakers and the exceptional artwork was created by the team at Transit Graphics. The bus features the colourful artwork with crucial and important awareness messages on both sides and the rear and there are also key messages inside the bus.

Both buses were launched by Senator the Hon. Zed Seselja, Senator for the ACT who met Dainere and has shown continued support for elevating awareness of paediatric brain tumours in the Community since 2010.

And in November 2017 Transport Canberra launched a bus that will travel the streets of Canberra with another vital awarness raising full bus back. Again the artwork was provided by the wonderful team at Transit Graphics. With sincere gratitude to the amazing Meegan Fitzharris MLA for being part of this special initiative.

If you see any of the buses on your travels we invite and would absolutely love you to share a photograph and any information about where you saw them to our facebook page.

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