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A Frito-Lay semi-truck delivered 75 little red wagons to the Salvation Army on Wednesday for their toy drive. The Miner Co. and Frito-Lay worked in conjunction to donate the wagons. "We choose the Salvation Army because we knew they would get them in the right people's hands," said Patrick Miner, store director for Miner's, which owns Super One Foods. "I still remember my mom putting me in one of those wagons and wheeling around the neighborhood. (The wagon) will put a smile on any child's face." The Sal...

Faces & Names: Wagons roll for Salvation Army

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A Frito-Lay semi-truck delivered 75 little red wagons to the Salvation Army on Wednesday for their toy drive. The Miner Co. and Frito-Lay worked in conjunction to donate the wagons. "We choose the Salvation Army because we knew they would get them in the right people's hands," said Patrick Miner, store director for Miner's, which owns Super One Foods.

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