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Kimberly Kids in Western Australia Urged to "Think About Their Ink" with

Healthy Futures Temporary Tattoos

Melbourne, Australia, November 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Temporary tattoos created by leading
Melbourne company, TattooAds, have been used to imaginative, and very welcomed effect as part of the
Healthy Futures campaign. The campaign aims to teach and encourage the use of basic hygiene skills in
order to prevent both acute and chronic illnesses in remote Aboriginal populations. This inititative builds
on the proven success of many other overseas programs like it. The temporary tattoos used in this
campaign were a central engagement item of the campaign.

TattooAds, a leading Melbourne temporary tattoo manufacturer, recently had their products featured in
the "Healthy Futures" campaign administered by the KAMSC (Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services
Council). The temporary tattoos were seen as a central ingredient in the campaign, helping to target and
engage children that are normally isolated from traditional media.

The Healthy Futures' materials which TattooAds temporary tattoos were used to support, centred around
step-by-step handwashing and tooth brushing posters, storybooks and free toolkits including toothbrushes
and toothpaste, pump soap, washing powder and shampoo in a calico bag.

The Healthy Futures' materials, including TattooAds temporary tattoos, used several strategies to engage
remote Aboriginal communities with the health messages, including:

- Culturally appropriate material and graphics


- Practical, simple and age-appropriate messages
- A rhythmic and appealing supporting television commercial
- Community involvement strategies

The Healthy Futures campaign takes symbolic campaign elements out into the community to reach people
where traditional media has very little impact. This is a similar strategy to currently running and hugely
successful Movember campaign. In the Movember initiative, men are encouraged to grow moustaches for
the month of November in order to raise awareness of prostate cancer and money for research into
treatments.

"Our temporary tattoos will help engage people with the message, until they can see the benefits of the
health initiative actions for themselves," Ms. Higgins explained.

"This non-standard product helped the campaign succeed in a place where traditional media rarely
reaches," Mrs. Higgins finished.

About TattooAds:

Tattooads™ temporary tattoos are a fun branding and promotional tool that move with the consumer. Use
them as a cost effective advertising medium, event giveaway and fundraising item or as a retail accessory,

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with temporary tattoos you can't miss. TattooAds have helped brand such household names as Westpac,
Toni and Guy hairdressers, the Leukemia Foundation's World's Greatest Shave, Telstra Rally Australia
and the Melbourne Storm.

Tattooads™ temporary tattoos are simply applied using a little water and are printed in full colour with
non toxic inks for a vibrant appearance on skin. All Tattooads™ promotional tattoos are waterproof and
last for up to 5 days.

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Contact Information:
Tattooads
Stephanie Higgins
1300884924
mia@shoutwebstrategy.com.au
www.tattooads.com.au/

Online Version of Press Release:


You can read the online version of this press release at: http://www.pr.com/press-release/277217

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