The UPS Store in Wyoming is a dropoff point for Toys for Tots donations


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The UPS Store in Wyoming is a Toys for Tots dropoff location for the annual United States Marine Corps Reserve drive for toy donations. From left, Sgt. Robert Potenziani, Cpl. Roger Torres, Cpl. Curtis Yockey, and UPS Store assistant manager Josh Minetola.


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WYOMING — For the 11th consecutive year, The UPS Store at the Midway Shopping Center will be a Toys for Tots dropoff point for the annual United States Marine Corps Reserve drive for toy donations.

Owner John Minetola estimates his store collected more than $3,000 worth of toys in 2014. The deadline for this year is Dec. 18.

In addition to accepting a new, unwrapped toy donation, The UPS Store is also participating in the Marine Corps nationwide Toys for Tots Literacy Program (TFTLP). A $1 donation buys a book for a child in need.

The UPS Store in Wyoming is a Toys for Tots dropoff location for the annual United States Marine Corps Reserve drive for toy donations. From left, Sgt. Robert Potenziani, Cpl. Roger Torres, Cpl. Curtis Yockey, and UPS Store assistant manager Josh Minetola.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Marines-002.jpgThe UPS Store in Wyoming is a Toys for Tots dropoff location for the annual United States Marine Corps Reserve drive for toy donations. From left, Sgt. Robert Potenziani, Cpl. Roger Torres, Cpl. Curtis Yockey, and UPS Store assistant manager Josh Minetola. Submitted photo

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Information provided by John Minetola

Information provided by John Minetola

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