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No small change

Fewer "May flowers" sold

Published fredag 22 april 2011 kl 11.17
2011 "May flower"

The organization arranging the spring time sales of plastic "May flower" pins reports fewer sales this year - explaining  this on the shortage of loose change in peoples' pockets in this age of credit card purchases.

The flowers are sold by 100,000 youngsters between the ages of 9 and 12 in the streets and in shopping centers - and the money goes to charities for needy children in this Nordic nation.

The colors of the flowers change each year - this time pink, green and yellow.

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