Luis Horna joins 'Recycle me, do your job' campaign
Peruvian tennis player Luis Horna has joined “Recycle, do your job” campaign promoted by the National Society of Industries (SNI) and Kimberly-Clark Peru in a bid to protect the environment and support children of Foundation for Supportive Development (Fundades) and Aldeas Infantiles SOS.
The Roland Garros doubles champion is the seventh "ambassador" of this nationwide campaign which seeks to increase public awareness and education about recycling
Peruvian Environment Minister Antonio Brack was the campaign's first promoter in January this year while former Premier League star Nolberto Solano joined the initiative last month.
Wearing a sleeveless jacket made 100% from recycled paper during a press conference held Saturday, "Lucho" Horna stressed the importance of recycling for a cleaner environment.
“The campaign aims to raise awareness concerning recycling and at the same time to help children of Fundades and Aldeas SOS,” he said.