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Local restaurant donates proceeds from sales to memorial funds

Officers Liquori Tate and Benjamin Deen Officers Liquori Tate and Benjamin Deen
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -
From open until close, a portion of purchases made at Buffalo Wild Wings in Hattiesburg will go toward a Hardship fund and a scholarship fund in the name of fallen officers Deen and Tate.

"Today, we are having a fundraiser for officers Tate and Deen," said general manager Ryan Super.  "Twenty percent of our to-go sales, in-house sales, and also our gift card sales are going to be going toward the fund."

The restaurant is also selling raffle tickets for blue and black wreaths honoring the officers as well as several other door prizes. 

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