Valdosta Daily Times

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May 26, 2013

Business and Philanthropy: Hunger

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VALDOSTA —

Along with monetary and product donations, some companies simply give of their time.

Take Wild Adventures, which, on Wednesday, was at Second Harvest packing disaster-relief boxes.

“Our team really looks forward to it every year,” said Matt Duda, Wild Adventures director of sales and marketing. “In the wake of Oklahoma, it really shows you that we can have an impact.”

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