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One Comment

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    My name is Emmy Hancock and I’m reaching out to tell you a bit more about Oluna’s launch today…

    Oluna is a social impact fashion company – a hyper-pop, super fun call to action. Every pair of pants purchased provides a year’s supply of period products to an American in need. Funds from our “Oluna Merchandise” go towards initiatives to encourage menstrual health, policy, research, and environmental effects. 
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