Danny Clayton heads the pack for Wild Onesie Week 2015

19 May 2015

Keywords
  • climate change

Channel [V] VJ, keen DJ and all round funny guy, Danny Clayton has jumped behind WWF-Australia’s Wild Onesie Week campaign, as official ambassador for 2015.

Running from June 1-5, Wild Onesie Week is a fun initiative that aims to raise awareness and funds for serious conservation issues, by encouraging Australians to take a walk on the wild side and don an animal onesie to raise “more than just eyebrows” for WWF’s priority species.

Danny will be spreading the word in the lead up to Wild Onesie Week, encouraging his colleagues, friends and family to get involved. He’s also planning to raise a few more eyebrows than usual, pledging to wear the new black flanked rock-wallaby onesie around the Channel V studios, to show his support.

Danny Clayton said:
“I’m stoked to be officially on board with WWF this year for Wild Onesie Week. Last year I rocked out in my panda onesie, so I can’t wait to get my hands on the new rock-wallaby onesie and encourage my friends and networks to get involved in such a worthwhile campaign.”

WWF-Australia CEO, Dermot O’Gorman said:
“We’re thrilled that Danny has officially joined Wild Onesie Week 2015, after his fantastic support last year. He’s the perfect candidate to encourage Australians to have a little fun and get involved, out and about, and at work. I’m personally looking forward to “hopping on” the bus in my rock-wallaby onesie this year!”

WWF-Australia is encouraging Australians to come out of hibernation from June 1-5, 2015, throw on a #wildonesie and #raisemorethaneyebrows!

To show your support and get involved please visit www.wildonesieweek.com
WWF Official Onesies are available to purchase via the website. 

For further press information, media opportunities for Danny Clayton and Dermot O’Gorman or images please contact Stellar Concepts:
Vanessa Liebmann, vanessa@stellar.net.au, 02 9151 5912
Sonia Chiarelli, sonia@stellar.net.au, 02 9151 5908
Lauren Emmett, lauren@stellar.net.au, 02 9151 5907

© Sian Breen / WWF-Aus

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