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It took 26,000 Post-It notes to make this Pride mural on a Cincinnati skyscraper

Steven Adams
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A Pride mural on a Cincinnati skyscraper was created with 26,000 Post-It notes covering 96 windows.

It took 26,000 Post-It notes to spell the word “PRIDE” on the face of an Ohio office building.

More than 100 Cincinnati Bell employees on Wednesday stuck five colors of the sticky office products to the inside of 96 windows, reports WLWT-TV.

Cincinnati Bell Pride Post-It Note drone shot from Cincinnati Bell on Vimeo.

The paper mural reaches from the 9th to the 16th floors and will be displayed on the company’s Atrium 2 headquarters through the end of June to mark LGBT Pride Month, reports WLWT-TV.

“Cincinnati Bell is committed to a supportive environment that encourages every employee to bring their full selves to work,” Leigh Fox, president and CEO of Cincinnati Bell, told WLWT-TV.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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