June 1, 2015
‘Harper’s Last Day’ button to suit your political tastes
In the run-up to the federal election this fall, an enterprising button designer is selling his colorful ‘Harper’s Last Day’ buttons in his own online store, in the belief that election day Oct. 19, 2015 will mark Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s final day at the helm. Political junkies can pick a shade of button that matches their preferred political party or opt for ironic Conservative blue.
David, the ‘Customer Service Human’ at harperslastday.com, set up his internet store with a sense of humor and a modicum of political frustration.
His Canadian-made buttons are available in Liberal red, NDP orange Green Party green and Conservative blue. All designs, except the green one, are available in a classic round or modernist square shape – and are the perfect accessory for the nation’s lapels, backpacks and suspenders.
“While some people think Oct. 19 could be the end of an era, many of us will commemorate it as the conclusion of a bad dream,” explains David, “and I’m looking forward to my buttons playing a part in those celebrations,” he adds.
As well as the Harper’s Last Day buttons, the internet store offers ‘Stop Harper’ buttons and stickers and, to embrace French speakers, there is also an ‘Arrêtez Harper’ button.
All buttons are priced at $3 each and shipping is free. You can also buy a mix of any three designs for $7.50 or 10 identical buttons for $20. Contact David via the online form for bulk orders. To see the full product range and to order, please visit harperslastday.com.
For interviews, photographs and further information, please contact David via email at email@example.com
About the buttons
All the round buttons are 44.5 mm (1¾ in) diameter and the square versions are 38 x 38 mm (1½ x 1½ in).
Find Harper’s Last Day
Web – harperslastday.com
Facebook – facebook.com/harperslastday
Twitter – twitter.com/harperslastday
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
For More Information Checkout: harperslastday.com