"100 Days of Tombow" campaign Promotes Arts Education Nationwide

Marking the accomplishments of their “100 Days of Tombow” campaign to promote arts education nationwide, Tombow recently donated $10,000 in product to the Council for Art Education (CFAE), a national nonprofit promoting and supporting arts education.  For more information, email elyse.hammett@phase3mc.com, or visitwww.tombowusa.com. Pictured left to right: Kris Bakke, Immediate Past President of Council for Art Education, Inc., CFAE, and Cathy Daniel, Marketing Manager, American Tombow, Inc., at the Youth Art Month flag ceremony during the NAEA National Convention.

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Our sponsorship allows for the gold key winners art work to be featured on billboards in the Charlotte NC area, Namta's headquarters. These future artists are recognized for their talent, creativity and perseverance especially during these difficult times. Their art is a testament to their passion for the arts.

See additional winners : https://coaa.uncc.edu

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