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P&G Employees Volunteer For National Service Day Activities

August 12, 2011: 10:18 PM EST
Procter & Gamble brand leaders and more than 500 North America marketing employees participated in the annual P&G North America Marketing Service Day by helping repair and build baseball and softball fields and paint interior spaces at facilities in Cincinnati, Ohio. At North College Hill community, volunteers created a new community center for residents. The Cincinnati Reds baseball organization participated as well, building a new softball field, repairing and landscaping other fields and sprucing up locker rooms and offices. More than 200 other P&G employees volunteered at ten additional community sites in Arkansas, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Illinois, Maryland, Florida, Minnesota, New York, California and Puerto Rico.
"P&G Employees Across the Country Participate in A Day of Service to Help Improve Their Local Communities", News release, Procter & Gamble, August 12, 2011, © Procter & Gamble
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