HAPI Merchandise

Posted by admin | Posted on December 18, 2015

  HAPI mugs at 100 pesos only
 

              Black and White HAPI shirts – Please contact Nurse Jay Directly Landline (043) 980-0052 Mobile:09176290734

                                    HAPI Pin at 100 pesos only

HAPI PATCHES at 120 pesos only

For more information please contact info@hapihumanist.org or jamie@hapihumanist.org
For HAPI shirts, contact Nurse Jay : Landline (043) 980-0052 Mobile:09176290734

A HAPI book is brewing . You may  pre-order this limited edition book via our HAPI Project Director: jamie@hapihumanist.org
To be launched at the HAPI con 2017 -June 10-11, 2017

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