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South Carolina's Sex Ed Problem

Posted by Ryan Morgan on January 16, 2013 at 12:00 PM

This week, Tell Them unveiled it's latest billboard campaign: SC's Sex Ed Problem. The boards will be up through the end of March.

Driving around Columbia, Charleston and Clemson make get a bit more interesting.

This week, Tell Them unveiled it's latest billboard campaign: SC's Sex Ed Problem. The boards will be up through the end of March.

Featuring information that corresponds to the new Tell Them report 25 Years and 250,000 Teen Pregnancies Later, the billboards highlight key issues that are effecting sex education programs.

The billboards are featured throughout the Charleston and Columbia metro areas, as well as two large boards in downtown Clemson.

These boards help bring awareness to our cause, and are designed to have a big impact on drivers. The hope is that passersby will be so taken aback by the boards, that they will visit our website (www.reformsexed.com) for more information - and hopefully to take action.

Here are the 5 different billboards that are currently hanging. Let us know if you pass one on the street!


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