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Project Pay it Forward helps Long Beach businesses after Sandy

Tim Kelly started Project Pay it Forward with

Tim Kelly started Project Pay it Forward with the goal of getting businesses back on their feet. (January 25, 2013 7:20 PM)

A community is coming together to help businesses still struggling after Sandy. Tim Kelly owns a pottery shop on Park Avenue in Long Beach. When community support helped get his store back up and running after Sandy, Kelly decided it was time to help other Long Beach merchants. Kelly started Project Pay it Forward with the goal of getting businesses back on their feet, one at a time. In addition...

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