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Help Operation Cover-Up and Get a Sweet Discount from Dylbug

We’ve been a big fan of local personalized clothing company Dylbug for a while now.

Leslie’s custom designs for kids and baby are knock-your-socks off cute and this year she is offering an outstanding discount if you help her collect items for Operation Cover-Up.

Fire departments along the Wasatch Front are participating in “Operation Cover-Up”, a coat and blanket drive that will benefit organizations in Utah, such as The Road Home and The Christmas Box House, to help those in need stay warm during our harsh Utah winters.

You can donate your new or used coats, blankets and winter clothing at any local fire station, but if you’d like to score a sweet discount from Dylbug (50% off – WOO), you can send your donation items to Leslie through December 31 and she’ll make sure that the items get to the fine folks at Operation Cover-Up.

To contact Leslie, reach out to her via email at leslie(at)dylbug(dot)com.

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