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Jack Sim / WTD 2013 Media Kit

Jack Sim will be in the United States with limited availability to speak with journalists from 17-20 November 2013. Please contact one of us to schedule an interview.
  • The POOP Project | Shawn Shafner | 347-385-5186 | shawn [at] thePOOPproject [dot] org
  • PHLUSH | Abby Brown or Carol McCreary 503-984-4081 | abby [at] phlush [dot] org or carol [at] phlush [dot] org
Media Release Jack Sim joins US groups to commemorate United Nations’ recognition of World Toilet Day on Nov 19 “Meet Mr. Toilet” short film on Jack Sim featured at Sundance Festival. Jack Sim Bio on World Toilet Organization website. Jack Sim Bio on BoP Hub website. Jack Sim CV (attribution Jack Sim WTO) Photo of Jack Sim (licensed under Creative Commons) Photo of Jack Sim with Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) PHLUSH Brochure The POOP Project Fact Sheet Meet Mr. Toilet | Jessica Yu from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo. Think toilets are just a problem for people living far away? Check out some of the reasons we need to #CelebrateTheToilet here at home. Why not join team #ToiletsUSA? Help us #liftthelid and make a stink in your community! We’ve got all the advocacy tools you need in our online toolkit. (Links live at campaign launch Nov 12.)    


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