The Baby Show is on and we are often asked why we don’t attend. The reason: the events company that runs the Baby Show also holds arms fairs. Of course they call them Defence & Security shows. As far as we’re concerned they help arm both sides of conflicts and make money from it. Our customers shop with us because they want to make the world a better place for their children. We believe our customers would not want us to give money to a company like Clarion Events even if it attending its Baby Shows would bring our nappies to a wider audience. Are we right? Tell us what you think.
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