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Indiana University uses bus wrap to spread word

Posted on November 24, 2008

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Indiana University (IU) in Bloomington is spreading the word about its student association and a non-profit fund-raising group through a colorful wrap on one of its campus shuttle buses.

The red, white and black vinyl wrap, which cost $12,000, promotes the benefits of the Indiana University Student Association (IUSA), extolling its efforts in the areas of volunteerism, sustainability, diversity, and legislative and governmental relations.

The cost of the wrap was split evenly between IUSA and ISUA Aid, a non-profit organization that helps student groups obtain funding. The newly wrapped bus was put into operation last week and will remain in service for the next 12 months, rotating through the various campus bus routes.

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