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MOBILENATION EXCEEDS GOAL OF WINTER COAT COLLECTION FOR LOCAL CHILDREN

MobileNation donates coats to children in need this winter. The Jackson Sun, WNBJ, Thomas Media and MobileNation partnered to collect winter gear including hats, boots, gloves, sweaters and coats throughout November and December for children in the West Tennessee community. 


One of MobileNation’s main areas of focus is helping children facing abuse and supporting them in times of distress.  
“We know that the holidays can be a tough time for many families, especially children,” said Summer Paris, MobileNation Communications Manager. “The Exchange Club Carl Perkin’s Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse relayed to us that coats were often at the top of a child’s wish list. This drive will make a difference in many children’s lives throughout West Tennessee.”


About MobileNation
MobileNation is a premiere wireless provider offering high-tech wireless solutions to residents across western Tennessee and western Kentucky. MobileNation focuses on providing its members cutting-edge technology at half the price including nationwide unlimited data and mobile HotSpot, as well as the latest wireless equipment and the most competitive wireless plans that provide nationwide coverage. For more information, visit www.mymobilenation.com or call 1-877-732-2147.


About The Exchange Club Carl Perkins Center For the Prevention of Child Abuse
The mission of the Center is to provide support to families in preventing and dealing with child abuse in West Tennessee and to help both parents and children meet the practical needs of preserving and improving the quality of family life. The Center provides services to all of rural West Tennessee, with the central office being located in Jackson, Tennessee. There are centers in West Tennessee counties serving 18 locations. Crisis counseling is available to any individual or family in West Tennessee by calling the toll-free, 24-hour crisis hotline at 1-800-273-4747.


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