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Cheryl L Reams
MGR., DOCUMENT CONTROL & RECORDS MGMT
Missouri 4-H Foundation
Published: Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Missouri 4-H Foundation and Treetop Enterprises announce the opening of the Missouri 4-H Merchandise Store Online. The Merchandise Store is an outstanding resource for a wide variety of University of Missouri Extension 4-H apparel, promotional items and gifts to meet the needs of the 4-H community and the general public.
Treetop Enterprises Inc., based in Fenton, Mo., and the Missouri 4-H Foundation will give back to the communities that purchase 4-H products through this website. Five percent of total quarterly purchases will be distributed by the Missouri 4-H Foundation to support Missouri 4-H in the counties that place orders. The store offers lots of great apparel and products and will be expanding rapidly. Please check back often for new products.
“Treetop Enterprises is pleased to partner with the Missouri 4-H Foundation to offer high-quality Missouri 4-H merchandise at reasonable prices,” said Adam Wedel, president and owner of Treetop Enterprises Inc.
Cheryl Reams, executive director of the Missouri 4-H Foundation, said, “We are pleased to partner with a Missouri business like Treetop that will contribute to the local economy while also giving back to Missouri 4-H communities.”
The site can be viewed at missouri4hstore.com.
For more than 60 years, the Missouri 4-H Foundation has secured and managed funding for Missouri 4-H state programs, scholarships, community service projects and volunteer training.
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