Bob’s Big Tent donates $500


Brittany Wise | GC News-Gazette Bob’s Big Tent Fireworks, a locally-owned seasonal fireworks seller, donated $500 to Relay for Life. The business, owned and operated by Bob Decker of Clarkson, agreed to donate 10 percent of this year’s sales to the non-profit organization which funds cancer research. Decker plans to make the gift annually as a way of giving back to the community. “I try to give back however I can,” Decker told a Relay representative, “whether it’s time or money, whatever I can give. Lately I haven’t had time, so I’m happy to be able to give this.”


Brittany Wise | GC News-Gazette

Bob’s Big Tent Fireworks, a locally-owned seasonal fireworks seller, donated $500 to Relay for Life. The business, owned and operated by Bob Decker of Clarkson, agreed to donate 10 percent of this year’s sales to the non-profit organization which funds cancer research.

Decker plans to make the gift annually as a way of giving back to the community.

“I try to give back however I can,” Decker told a Relay representative, “whether it’s time or money, whatever I can give. Lately I haven’t had time, so I’m happy to be able to give this.”

Brittany Wise | GC News-Gazette Bob’s Big Tent Fireworks, a locally-owned seasonal fireworks seller, donated $500 to Relay for Life. The business, owned and operated by Bob Decker of Clarkson, agreed to donate 10 percent of this year’s sales to the non-profit organization which funds cancer research. Decker plans to make the gift annually as a way of giving back to the community. “I try to give back however I can,” Decker told a Relay representative, “whether it’s time or money, whatever I can give. Lately I haven’t had time, so I’m happy to be able to give this.”
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Bob.jpgBrittany Wise | GC News-Gazette Bob’s Big Tent Fireworks, a locally-owned seasonal fireworks seller, donated $500 to Relay for Life. The business, owned and operated by Bob Decker of Clarkson, agreed to donate 10 percent of this year’s sales to the non-profit organization which funds cancer research. Decker plans to make the gift annually as a way of giving back to the community. “I try to give back however I can,” Decker told a Relay representative, “whether it’s time or money, whatever I can give. Lately I haven’t had time, so I’m happy to be able to give this.”
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