02 Mar , 2021
In 2017-18 The Creative Animal Foundation embarked on a 50-city tour to promote the protection of nature in a 200 sq ft. custom-built tiny house, donated by 84 Lumber. Environmental experts Stephanie Arne (host of Mutual of Omaha’s “Wild Kingdom) and Tim Davison visited schools, universities, businesses, and festivals to educate the public about sustainable living on a daily basis. Their biggest obstacle was trying to figure out how to collect survey data from visitors. A recommendation from National Geographic led them to Lilitab, who suggested the Lilitab Wall Pro be mounted to the side of the house. Once parked, visitors could easily access the kiosks to answer survey questions.

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