Teknoflor launches “coloring pages” to help fight stress

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Milwaukee, Wis.—Teknoflor has launched a series of coloring pages in hopes to direct customers to a creative outlet during stressful times.

Teknoflor will release several designs each week in printable format on their website. Designs include kid-friendly coloring sheets as well as advanced product outlines inspired by Teknoflor products.

“We are trying to help customers connect with their families and stay creative and active while adjusting to today’s new normal” said Ellie Priester, director of marketing at Teknoflor. “Coloring books and puzzles are sold out across several outlets, which shows the current demand. We are excited to contribute to this demand for non-digital entertainment, even if in a small way.”

Teknoflor will launch multiple new printable designs each week at no cost, here.

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