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PDG Supports the B-Ville Blue


Amidst all of the negative commentary surrounding local police officers across our nation, PDG+creative made the decision to host a campaign showing community support for our own B-Ville Blue.  Not wanting to just throw something together without thinking it through, our creative team created this decal which includes five stars across the top signifying the five officers who were killed in Dallas last July.  The decals were made available to any and all Bartlesville citizens who would like to show support for their local men and women in Blue.   The Community response has been overwhelming resulting in Chief Tom Holland and the Bartlesville Police Department showing their appreciation by donating a Bartlesville Police Department throw to be given away as an additional incentive for citizens to participate and display the decal. 

As a result of the B-Ville Blue campaign, Mitchell Antle, CFM, Commissioner, District 1, with the Washington County Board of Commissioners reached out to PDG about creating decals showing support for all Law Enforcement in Washington County.  "The elected officials of Washington County, through the Board of County Commissioners, have agreed to support a "Back the Blue" campaign to be inclusive of all Law Enforcement entities in operation in Washington County. Furthermore, the Board recognizes and thanks all Law Enforcement, throughout our great Nation, for their continued efforts in providing public safety in our communities."  Those decals can be picked up at the Washington County Commissioners office in the Washington County Admin Building at 400 S. Johnstone, Room 201.

If you have not yet had a chance to pick up a Support the B-Ville Blue decal, we still have some available and would love for you to stop by and pick one up.  Or two or three.

Here at PDG our hope and prayer is that each of our men and women in blue return home unharmed at the end of each day



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