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FRIDAY 17 MAY 2019

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL PINK SHIRT DAY ORDERS

Order before Sunday, 12 May to get your tee in time

WE’RE PROUD TO BE THE EXCLUSIVE RETAIL PARTNER FOR PINK SHIRT DAY 2019

In partnership with the Mental Health Foundation of NZ, we’re helping to raise funds for anti-bullying programs to be run all over the country.

You can get your official Pink Shirt Day tee online, or from selected Cotton On stores. 100% of net proceeds go to the Mental Health Foundation of NZ.

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Pick up a Pink Shirt Day tee at these selected Cotton On stores:

North Island

Albany / Bayfair / Capital Gateway / Cuba Mall / Glenfield / Hastings / Lynn Mall / Manukau / Masterton / Napier / Palmerston North / Queen Street / Queensgate / Rotorua / St Lukes / Sylvia Park / Taupo / Tauranga Crossing / The Base / Whanganui / Whangarei

South Island

Dunedin / Queenstown / Riccarton / Richmond Mall / The Palms

FAQs

Where can I get a Pink Shirt Day tee?

From 29 April, you can buy a Pink Shirt Day tee exclusively from cottonon.com/nz and at selected Cotton On and Cotton On Kids stores.

Are the tees unisex?

Yes. There is one style available for adults and one for kids.

If I order my tee online, will I get it before Pink Shirt Day?

For home delivery, place your order before Sunday, 12 May 2019. Or use Click & Collect and pick it up at your preferred store.

Can you deliver overseas?

Unfortunately, the tees are only available for delivery in New Zealand.

What do I do if I have the wrong size?

You can organise an exchange via your purchase method, either instore or online.

What if I change my mind and want a refund? Or if the product is faulty?

You can organise an exchange via your purchase method, either instore or online.

Where do the proceeds from the tees go?

100% of net proceeds go to the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. The Foundation aims to raise funds to develop workshops to be delivered around Aotearoa, that empower students and teachers to take real, lasting action against bullying.

What is the meaning of wearing a Pink Shirt Day tee?

Wearing a Pink Shirt Day tee is about joining the movement with other New Zealanders to Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora – Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying. It’s a way of expressing your view that bullying is never okay. It’s also a way of showing people who are being bullied that they’re not alone and people really care about what’s happening. Remember, this tee isn’t only meant to be worn on Pink Shirt Day, it can send a powerful message all year round. Learn more at www.pinkshirtday.org.nz

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