Thursday, December 02, 2004

First Coast News | Florida State News

First Coast News | Florida State News: "FORT MYERS, FL (AP) -- A long list of retailers and two shopping centers in Lee County have banned having red kettles and bell-ringers, probably costing the Salvation Army around 40-thousand dollars.

Lee County's Salvation Army is facing strict nonsolicitation policies this year.

Three Target stores originally bringing in a combined 25-thousand dollars, and two Publix stores raising nearly 15-thousand dollars had to drop plans to host bell-ringers when shopping centers adopted nonsolicitation policies. "

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