This is a photograph of the one jeans section of my cupboard.
A wide array of jean pant
I think you will agree that it is a tad excessive. And that’s only some of them, which is half of what it was about a month ago. I give the odd pair to Mavis, you see (which she probably flogs to further afford her fast-paced jet-set lifestyle), but I’m still left with these reams of denim.
What am I going to do?!! [places back of hand to forehead - nearly passes out]
Well it’s not going to be a problem anymore – Levi Struass have just launched a new campaign which suits me to a tee! Quite simply, they’re going to BUY MY JEANS!!! For up to R200 a pair, to be exact! AND, what’s more, they’ll improve your karma by donating those very jeans to disadvantaged communities!
My goodness, it’s like you’re cheating – but you’re not!
See what they did there?
Get RID of your jeans, for GOOD!
Oh, none of your old jeans are made by Levi’s? Hey, no problem my angel – they’ll take ANY brand of jean pant!!! Ja, you heard me. ANY brand! After all, charity shouldn’t discriminate.
Why are people paying us for our old jeans and then donating them to disadvantaged communities? Well, let’s be honest, it’s not for us to worry about. Levi’s are doing the right thing and everyone’s a winner.
2oceansvibe supports this vibe 100% – so get on over to your nearest Levi’s store and drop off your jeans.
Tell you what, if you go and donate your jeans (which they will pay you for) and send in a pic of you in your underwear in the Levi store, we’ll publish the pic right here on 2oceansvibe!
Send to email@example.com
CLICK HERE for more info on the promotion, including Frequently Asked Questions.
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