Win a Lauren DiCioccio Tote Bag from The Workshop Residence!

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Want to help the environment while carrying around a real, bonafide piece of art?

This tote bag was designed by artist Lauren DiCioccio to commemorate the recently enacted ban on plastic bags in San Francisco. Lauren DiCioccio is a Bay Area artist who is represented by the Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco and Tomlinson Kong Gallery in New York. These Thank You tote bags were made in collaboration with The Workshop Residence in San Francisco.

And the best part? We have two to give away! All you have to do to enter our contest is answer the following question:

How much do you have to pay for a (paper) bag at any store in San Francisco if you leave yours at home?

Email us your answer and full name and address to giveaway@kqed.org and from all correct entries, we'll randomly select 2 winners for 1 bag each. Deadline to enter is Thursday, March 28 at 9am.

Value of each bag: $35. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.
 

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  1. tigerfish says:

    It is 10 cents for paper bag in the Bay Area.

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