Congratulations, Olumide Omololu and Ocube Interactive from Lagos, Nigeria!
Not only have you won complete bragging rights, but you have also won a prize pack of 10 Tees! The VRF Board has received 12 designs for the Vi-Tee contest and narrowed them down to two for a final vote. All the entries were amazing but unfortunately there was only one winner Huge THANKS to everyone who participated in design contest. Stay tuned as the 1,500 T-shirts get manufactured and printed by the generous donor and we distribute inspirational Tees among vitiligo support groups before the World Vitiligo Day.
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