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According to Fast Co.Exist, Honduras is set to launch its first privately-run city in the near future, which will be designed to operate autonomously and serve as a “cultural and creative hotbed.” What do you think? Can it become the next Austin or San Francisco? http://bit.ly/HondurasCoexist
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Brothers and Tegu co-founders, Will and Chris Haughey, started Tegu to create opportunities through sustainable and intentional for-profit business.
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Looking for a new blog to read? We suggest Komai. Komai's purpose is to be a Creative Lens For Sustainable Innovation in the creative industries of art, design, music and fashion. Check it out!
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Tegu Team Honudras recently launched a new program called the Endeavor program. The factory workers form teams and compete to win prizes each month. Congratulations to the “Long Columns” for winning with a total of 754 points!
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From aspiring architects to budding builders, the new Nelson blocks will kindle your children’s creativity and build a new generation of designers, inventors, and artists. In fact, you can win the Nelson set of your choice by telling the Tegu Team about your creative inspiration. Publicly share this post--along with what inspires you--on Facebook and you'll be all set! http://bit.ly/TeguNelson
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Introduce Tegu to the classroom this fall by sending a small sample (5-10 blocks) of the new back-to-school bundle to the educator in your life---at no cost. Simply add the Classroom Kit sample to your cart and let the creativity begin! http://bit.ly/ClassroomKitSample
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The heart of Tegu is our social mission in Honduras. Each set of blocks supports living wage jobs, reforestation initiatives, and education in Honduras. This short documentary titled "Awaken Honduras" highlights many of the issues facing this struggling nation. 
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Architect and programmer, Michael Hansmeyer, uses algorithms to create fascinating forms and shapes. Imagine if Tegu blocks came in all these new shapes!
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Israeli designer Izhar Gafni built a functioning bicycle out of cardboard for only $9.00!
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The wooden block. Reinvented.
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Say goodbye to sleepy wooden blocks. Driven by a passion for unleashing creativity in kids, we're refreshing a timeless classic and seeking to transform a nation in the process.

We are huge believers in unscripted, exploratory play. Every toy we make caters to each child's inner artist and story teller. Tegu has been purpose-built to harness for-profit business for the benefit of the people of Honduras. We create jobs, plant trees and send Honduran kids to school.
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