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As our way of saying thank you, we're happy to offer several new gifts to those who donate to KOSU:
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We love stickers and think this is a fun way to support KOSU. Your kids and grandkids will love it, or just keep them all to yourself! The sticker sheet was designed by This Land Press in Tulsa.
Show off your love for KOSU with this stylish new bandana! Also designed by the folks at This Land Press in Tulsa.
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