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Deep Impact Boats holds Christmas toy drive

Miami-based Deep Impact Boats partnered with the Center for Family and Child Enrichment for a Christmas toy drive.

Employees and vendors participated by using their place of business as a drop-off location to facilitate the collection of toys.

“The Center for Family and Child Enrichment is an amazing program … This donation is for the less fortunate children whose financial situation is not quite the average one. Some of the donations we collected include toys, clothing and school supplies, which lifted their Christmas spirit,” Deep Impact Boats general manager Tim Gallagher said in a statement.

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