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UNC student finds new uses for old billboards


When University of North Carolina senior Ana Soule was on a trip to South Africa she noticed something. People were using tents and sleeping bags that appeared to be made of heavy-duty vinyl. "I was like, 'Wow -- that's such an ingenious and innovative way to use this material,'" Soule said. It turns out the material is what is used to make billboards. (WRAL.com)

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