Making towelies ethically

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Being ethical in the way in which towelies were made was something that Debs felt really strongly about! Paying people fairly, making quality products and doing the best they can to be ethical in the way they go about it too! 

Debs talks about the journey she took to Turkey to meet and get the idea off the ground, you can hear in her journey that it’s about more than making towelies, she deeply cares about them! 


To hear more about how the towelies are made and the journey STOKEDNZ has been on to make them as ethical as possible click here! 

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