DNA Renews Partnership With Gift For Life

CHICAGO-Representative group DNA is continuing its support of Change For Life, a fundraising program led by the charity Gift for Life, during the summer gift show season.

DNA will donate $0.25 for each order written at gift shows in Chicago and Minneapolis to Gift for Life. One hundred percent of DNA's donation will go to the Change For Life Program.

"DNA is a family. Our reps, customers and manufacturers are vital components to what we do throughout the year," said Dennis Nemcek, president. "Supporting Gift for Life continually reminds us of what's truly important in life - family, friends and giving to those in need - even when we're in the midst of a busy show. Gift for Life does a tremendous job and we're glad to be a part of their honorable work."

Gift for Life unites the gift and home industries against AIDS with more than $4 million raised since its inception in 1992.

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