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Pushing the Envelope’s 8th Annual Can It! campaign a success

More than 2,000 food items donated to Community Cooperative

December 7, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

On Nov. 15, Pushing the Envelope Inc. completed its 8th Annual CAN IT! Campaign to put hunger in its place in Southwest Florida. The campaign collected 2,016 non-perishable food items for Community Cooperative Inc., exceeding the 2,000-item goal.

With the support of the community and local businesses, Pushing the Envelope Inc. collected more than 1,900 pounds of non-perishable food items. With the completion of this campaign, the CAN IT! Campaign has donated thousands of items amounting to more than 9,500 pounds of food to CCI since its inception in 2010.

The success of the CAN IT! Campaign was primarily due to area businesses who helped collect non-perishable items. The participating locations included:

Fort Myers

Pushing the Envelope, Inc., 9111 West College Pointe Dr., Ste. 110

Around the Clock Fitness, 1755 Boy Scout Drive, #4; 9375 Ben C. Pratt/Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Unit #120; 16970 Alico Mission Way

Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Company, 8961 Conference Dr.

McGriff Insurance Services, 13515 Bell Tower Drive, #101

Lee County Elections Offices, 2480 Thompson St., 3rd Floor, Fort Myers; 13180 S Cleveland Ave.

Gulf Coast Humane Society, 2010 Arcadia St.

Safe Harbor Community Church, 12960 Plantation Road.

Cape Coral

Around the Clock Fitness, 1140 Ceitus Terrace, Suite #8

Lee County Elections Offices, 1039 S.E. 9th Ave.

Rusty's Raw Bar & Grill, 4631 S.E. 10th Place.

Vogue Hair and Nail Salon, 1219 Cape Coral Parkway, E.

"Giving back to our community and helping those in need is part of our company culture," commented Samantha Scott, APR, PTE President. "We are thrilled with the result and the impact these donations will make for those in need in our community."



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