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Apples for the Food Bank

Apples for the Food Bank: Through the month of December, Quinsam Communications ran a promotion at both of their locations, donating proceeds from every sale of the Apple iPhone’s and the Samsung Glaxay S III. The money raised went directly to feed Campbell River’s less fortunate. In just under one month, they were able to raise over $1,400, living up to their mantra of corporate responsibility.   Campbell River Food Bank President, Lynn Nash (centre), accepts cheque from Sarah Clark and Chad Everett from Quinsam Communication.  - Photo submitted
Apples for the Food Bank: Through the month of December, Quinsam Communications ran a promotion at both of their locations, donating proceeds from every sale of the Apple iPhone’s and the Samsung Glaxay S III. The money raised went directly to feed Campbell River’s less fortunate. In just under one month, they were able to raise over $1,400, living up to their mantra of corporate responsibility. Campbell River Food Bank President, Lynn Nash (centre), accepts cheque from Sarah Clark and Chad Everett from Quinsam Communication.
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