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October 07, 2004

Going Transpo on Target's A$$

TargetMissed.comNeil Cox at IndyChristian.com has launched a website to protest Target’s decision to stop Salvation Army from collecting donations outside all of their stores nationwide. He writes, “I can hardly believe for the sake of a 'new corporate policy' that they'd effectively abandon $9 million dollars-worth of needy families at Christmas, when it's no skin off their (corporate) hides. ... I'm not sure if bloggers can make up the $$$ difference but we can try. ... Can Christian bloggers make a difference? I'm willing to pray ... and try. Join us.” Nice work, Neil. Way to go transpo!

Posted by Steve K. at October 7, 2004 12:42 PM

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Hey Steve. Thanks for the heads up on Target. I sent them an email telling them how bone-headed of a move that was. That ought to set them straight, huh? HFT's money guy, Dave, works at the Salvation Army here in Minneapolis. I'll have to get his two cents on the whole thing.

Keep up the good work.

Posted by: HFT Wes [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 7, 2004 10:28 PM

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