CARTRIDGE-WORLD's CANNED FOOD DRIVE FOR THE SALVATION ARMY

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CARTRIDGE-WORLD's CANNED FOOD DRIVE FOR THE SALVATION ARMY

 user 2009-11-17 at 10:18:10 am Views: 86
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    CARTRIDGE-WORLD’s CANNED FOOD DRIVE FOR THE SALVATION ARMY
    clinton,mississippi :Cartridge World Clinton, 117 U.S. 80 East, on Monday kicks off its first “Canned Goods for Cartridges” campaign.During November and December, area residents are encouraged to bring in their canned goods to benefit the Salvation Army. For each canned good donated, Cartridge World Clinton will take $2 off an ink or toner refill, with a limit of $10.
    “Cartridge World Clinton would like to give back to the metro area during these tough economic times,” said Andrea Jones, owner. “We decided to organize a canned food drive and donate the goods to a charitable organization that is in dire need over the holidays. The Salvation Army was chosen because of the good deeds that they perform for people throughout the year.
    Clinton Mayor Rosemary Aultman and Salvation Army Captain Ken Chapman will be on hand for the kickoff.