It appears prospects can’t get sufficient of something associated to B.C.’s provincial well being officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Tea towels with Henry’s well-known saying, “Be kind, be calm, be safe,” have been flying off the cabinets in Vancouver shops just lately.
A whole bunch have been snapped up in latest weeks with partial proceeds going to varied charities.
“We’ve been going through hundreds of the plaques and the towels,” Jocelyn Mange with the Pink Horses Gallery instructed World Information.
The Dr. Bonnie Henry shoe, designed by John Fluevog, rapidly offered out.
One other well-liked merchandise has been the ‘Bonnie Bee’ necklace, which is made by jeweller Melissa Caron.
“I thought, wouldn’t it be great to make something inspired by Dr. Henry?” Caron stated.
She has offered about 50 of them, with proceeds going to the WISH Drop-In Centre in Vancouver.
Henry is a long-time consumer of Caron’s and gave her her blessing for the necklace.
B.C.’s high physician says merchandise that includes her likeness ‘kind of disconcerting’
On Monday, Henry stated this degree of recognition is a bit unsettling.
“It’s kind of a little disconcerting. I am pleased that the money is going to something important,” she stated.
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