Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tucson Weekly Readers Are Awesome

Posted By on Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 3:45 PM

A few weeks back, I wrote about an effort to raise money for a women's shelter by selling soup and brownie mixes. I heard back from those people today and they said they've seen an outpouring of support from Tucson Weekly readers, which is very awesome.

The organizers of the project got especially excited when a local business owner called to see if they could work together to produce an ice cream using the brownies, which would be an amazing leg up for the project. I can't mention the name of the business yet, but when and if they get a deal hammered out, I'll dish out the details here on the Range.

It will be a long road trying to establish the shelter, but the people trying to pull it off are more motivated than ever, thanks in part to all the support they've seen in the past weeks.

So Tucson Weekly readers are awesome, and it's truly a pleasure to write for all of you. Have a nice day.

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