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Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare receives donation from 13-year-old race car driver Race car driver Harrison Burton — just 13 years old — donated $1,000 of his winnings from the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway last month to Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, according to a Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare press release. Harrison is sponsored by DEX Imaging, which donates thirty percent of its profits to charity, and Harrison decided to follow their example, according to the release. When he asked DEX Imaging’s account representative Cary Frisenda who he should donate the money to, Cary immediately said Stewart-Marchman-Act. “DEX…
Another factor contributing to our long-term success is our Charitable Outreach Program. DEX was founded on the concept of donating one third of its profits to local charities and educational programs within the markets it serves. To date, the company has donated millions of dollars to organizations ranging from schools to special-needs programs to at-risk child mentoring agencies. We do this because “giving back” to the communities we live and work in creates stronger communities. This is just one more way in which DEX imaging is taking a leadership role and making a world of difference.