Hundreds Sign Up To Remove Graffiti from Pacific Beach

| April 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Local Company Donates Graffiti Remover Products  

Pacific Beach Town Council held its Fifth Annual Neighborhood Clean-Up Event that attracted hundreds of dedicated volunteers on Saturday, March 24, 2012. A training session occured prior to the clean up that took place at Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church, located at 1675 Garnet Avenue.

Teams of volunteers were assigned to eliminate graffiti and pick up trash along city streets,

Councilmember Kevin Faulconer is pictured with Mike Wille of the National Coalition for Graffitti Removal, removing graffitti from Pacific Beach property.

which resulted in eliminating over two thousand graffiti tags in the community.

Motsenbocker’s Lift Off, a family business that is headquartered in San Diego, provided graffiti removal products for the clean up efforts. Also participating in the event were members of the National Coalition for Graffiti Removal (NCGR).  The NCGR has been collaborating with Motsenbocker’s Lift Off on local and national graffiti removal efforts.

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