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Eat at Sushi Samba and Help the Japan Relief Efforts

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Sushi Samba has announced a unique way to contribute to the Japan relief efforts following last Friday's devastating earthquake and tsunami. When you purchase a special Japan relief sushi roll for $12, all the proceeds with be donated to those affected by what has been recorded as the largest-magnitude earthquake to hit Japan.

According to Louise Hendry, public relations representative for Sushi Samba, several chefs and employees have been personally affected by the tragedy, and this was a good way to help raise funds and awareness for the cause.

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