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Deas Vail joins with Faceless International to empower people to put a face on the faceless

Deas Vail has joined forces with Faceless International to bring awareness to the second highest criminal industry in the world, modern-day slavery. 

During their spring tour with Copeland, Deas Vail is collecting toiletries to donate to Angela's House in Atlanta, a safe home for girls who are rescued from the modern day slave trade.  North Texas, at this time, does not have a safe home dedicated to slavery survivors.

Fans in the North Texas area get to participate this Friday, April 2nd, at The Door, 2513 Main Street, Dallas, 7 p.m.  This is Copeland's Farewell Tour.  Other bands on the bill are I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, and Person L.

Bring shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, facial soap, body lotion, lip balm, nail polish/remover, hair pins, and socks.  Make sure you donate NEW items.

As Deas Vail says:  Give, Love, Change

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