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Bell Labs’ Reps Ring Salvation Army Bell

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Remembering the growing number of Americans left destitute during the holidays, Bell Laboratories’ representatives took a few hours from their year-end sales meeting in mid December to ring bells for the Salvation Army in Madison, Wis.

| December 26, 2011

MADISON, Wis. - Remembering the growing number of Americans left destitute during the holidays, Bell Laboratories’ representatives took a few hours from their year-end sales meeting in mid December to ring bells for the Salvation Army in Madison, Wis.

PHOTO CAPTION: Bell Labs reps (left photo) Sheila Haddad, regional sales manager, Eastern U.S.; and Mark Westover, vice president of global sales;  (upper l to r) Patrick Lynch, northeast-north rep Jim Prendergast ; northeast south rep; (lower l to r)  Aimee Love, north central rep and Jeremy Davis, southwest coast rep.

 

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