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December 10, 2012

Pacers and Fever partner to give away more than 25,000 toys

INDIANAPOLIS — A total of more than 25,000 toys will be donated to more than 40 deserving community organizations and thousands of children by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, in partnership with leading U.S. toy and consumer products company, JAKKS Pacific Inc.

The toys will be distributed this holiday season throughout central Indiana by various organizations and volunteer groups through the efforts of Pacers partners UPS and the Indiana National Guard.

These toys are in addition to the 14,000 toys that were distributed this summer to the children of families affected by tornadoes in the Henryville area and to the community service mission served by the Cadets of the Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy of the National Guard as part of the Pacers’ “Christmas in July” program.  

 

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