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The Yankee Candle Company has donated $125,000 to the American Heart Association

August 6, 2008

The Yankee Candle Company has donated $125,000 to the American Heart Association following its 2008 “Light A Candle for Your Heart” campaign. The campaign, Yankee Candle’s third, included a variety of company-sponsored educational outreach programs to live a heart healthy life, along with the sale of a special edition “Go Red” candle and car jar air freshener. In addition to the specially-designed “Go Red” candle and car jar air freshener, Yankee Candle made a donation for all other purchases of select red candles at Yankee Candle Retail Stores across the country and online during American Heart month. More info: www.yankeecandle.com
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