For Immediate Release:

June 9th  2016

In order to celebrate Pride Month 2016, advocacy-wear fashion and home decor company Wearable Therapy by Tokii has launched a new product: The Rainbow Guide Apron. The apron serves as a reference to the many LGBTQI terms you might encounter. By giving people a little more insight and understanding, the apron promotes acceptance and encourages people to be Loud and Proud, no matter what their sexuality or gender.

To help celebrate the occasion, Wearable Therapy by Tokii is offering a free apron to anyone who works in a restaurant, bar, or café and will wear the apron while they work.  To showcase their pride, they’re encouraged to take photos of themselves in the apron. Those photos will then be shared on social media, getting the message of understanding and acceptance to even more people.

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