Suntex Marinas will match donations for Dallas police

The company says it will match all donations made ending in $0.29 to the Guns and Hoses Foundation of North Texas.
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Suntex Marinas, which has offices in Texas, is matching all employee and member donations to a Texas group that helps the families of fallen first responders after the shooting deaths of five police officers in Dallas last week.

The company says it will match all donations made ending in $0.29 to the Guns and Hoses Foundation of North Texas.

By ending the donation in $0.29, Guns and Hoses can track donations for Suntex’s match.

The company will match contributions up to $10,000.29.

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