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Miners Inc. to Provide $50,000 Match to Salvation Army Donations

Created: 12/19/2013 8:53 AM WDIO.com

It's that time of year again! Bell ringers are out and about, raising funds for the Salvation Army.

With the shortened holiday shopping season, the Salvation Army has fallen behind their normal fundraising level for this time of year. But you can help them catch up.

Just head over to your local Super One, including Super One's in Duluth, Superior, Hibbing, Virginia, Cloquet and Two Harbors.

Your donations from now until Christmas Eve will be matched by Super One, up to $50,000.

Kettle donations will be matched from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM Monday through Saturday starting December 19th, until Christmas Eve at 4:00 PM.

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