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Local business, community outreach organization come together to meet needs of local youth

By Jessica Wilt, The Journal

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Stationed directly next to Deez Donutz and Boardwalk Fryz in the Tractor Supply parking lot on Sunday, Tara Mayson and Berlin McKay III chatted with customers who stopped by to grab a drink from their tent.

The duo represented VividVision, a subsidiary of The Hope Dealer Project, both of which Mayson is the CEO. McKay is in charge of media and marketing.

The table filled with drink options and signs promoting VividVision may not seem like much at a quick glance, but upon further understanding, it meant the world, all stemming from a simple Facebook post from Deez Donutz.

“Is there a youth group that would like to sell drinks as a fundraiser at the truck on Sunday 9-3 or 4 at Tractor Supply/Weis in Martinsburg?” Deez Donutz posted just four days earlier. “We provide drinks, cooler, ice, canopy, table and a starting bank of change. Just bring yourselves, some chairs and a cash box or bag and have fun! PM the page if interested.” …

To read more: https://www.journal-news.net/journal-news/local-business-community-outreach-organization-come-together-to-meet-needs-of-local-youth/article_79562938-aeb9-5688-bb58-b9ebf8c5f01c.html

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