Garden Gear store collecting labels for Louis Braille School

If you are cooking with any Campbell’s products during the holidays — including Swanson Broth, Pepperidge Farm, V-8 Juice or Campell’s Soups — save the cans, bottles or boxes and bring them to Lili Jang, owner of the Garden Gear store, 102 5th Ave. N.,  in downtown Edmonds.

Jang is collecting “Labels for Education” proofs of purchase from Campbell’s products — “microwaveable soups, too,” she says — on behalf of Edmonds’ Louis Braille School, a private day school for children who are blind or partially sighted.

soup-labelJust look for Campbell’s Labels for Education logo on the product packaging. You can either bring in the bar code and the logo (or in the case of beverages, the bottle cap), or simply bring in the entire empty can or package, and Jang will remove the label for you.

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