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Community Consumer Resource Fair Offers Information

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/3/2013

To kick off this being National Consumer Protection Week, Catholic Charities hosted its Third Annual Community Consumer Resource Fair over the weekend at the Richland Mall.

Catholic Charities Community Outreach Coordinator Patrice Scott says more than twenty exhibitors brought with them a wealth of information to share.

Scott says Catholic Charities also had a booth full of information about her agency.

Directions Credit Union also sponsored a virtual store called Finances 101 that will test consumers on how they handle their finances in everyday situations.

   
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