On the 19th of May 2019 at Karditsa, a local campaign activity was organized at a local coffee shop to inform young people about the importance of EU elections and why people should go out and vote.

The municipality of Karditsa is well known for thousands of take away coffees per day, and given this consumption, the team of multipliers thought that it would be a good way of spreading the message to their peers, first-time voters.

Students and generally youngsters, drink a lot of coffee during the day, so for 2 days a specific coffee shop was putting the EU is YOU stickers up on the take away cups, in order European elections to come on people’s minds when seeing the stamp while drinking their coffee.

The objective of this action is introducing European Union matters in young people's daily routines, in a way that they can understand that even in the most simple details of their lives, the EU and the way they vote, can impact routines.


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