Leo Burnett Sri Lanka and Asiri Hospitals stop the spread of germs with the soap bus ticket

Bus ticket.jpgTo stop the spread of germs on Sri Lanka's crowded buses, Asiri Hospitals, one of the country's largest healthcare providers, via Leo Burnett Sri Lanka created the Soap Bus Ticket. Using paper fused with soap, special ticket rolls were developed so now, when people boarded Sri Lanka's busiest buses, they didn't just receive a disposable ticket, they received a ticket they could use to wash their hands and protect themselves.

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