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Olathe DC Hosts Pie-in-the-Face Auction

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LaToya Brown, HR Generalist at Bushnell/ Outdoor Products organized an event that had the Olathe DC crew throwing pies to in the faces of their favorite leaders -- for a good cause. To raise money for the Employee Assistance Fund (EAF), employees bought tickets to 'pie' their favorite manager. All 140 people at the Olathe DC participated in the event, raising money for the EAF. LaToya and the fun committee, Ryan Carson, Uttam Shrestha, Bob Betthauser, Jennifer Feugate and Angel Love, also organized games, food, and ice cream. "I foresee us continuing to fundraise; next time we are thinking about a dunk tank!" LaToya…
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