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Miami Airport Fast Park Raises Food and Money For Daily Bread Food Bank

Ever felt like whoever owned those offsite airport parking lots was making a killing? Well, it's good to know that at least one company is giving back.

Airport Fast Park, a company with 12 locations around the U.S. that provides parking and transportation services has enacted a nationwide campaign where each of its outposts donates food and money to a local food bank that is part of the Feeding America network.

The Miami branch of Airport Fastpark is donating to Daily Bread Food Bank. Fast Park is holding a food drive through October 11th and asking customers to donate non perishable food items as they enter or exit the facility. For every pound of food donated they will match a dollar and donate that.

The people of Dade County are hungry. Here is a list of critical items they are looking for...

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