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New Stripes presents CMN with donation

Stripes Convenience Stores celebrated the opening of its newest Lubbock location with a ribbon cutting event on Thursday.  President and CEO of Stripes, Sam Susser, presented representatives from University Medical Center with a check to the local Children's Miracle Network on behalf of the store's local fundraising events this year.

"We have a long term partnership with Children's Miracle Network. This was a record donation this year and we hope to make it grow next year and beyond," Sussuer said.

The latest fundraising campaign broke previous records with an 85% increase in the amount collected in Lubbock. The total this year for CMN was more than $29,000.

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