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Letter: Priceless police

July is the month when we honor our men in uniform. Here at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, with Project Gratitutde, we match each pound of fudge we sell with a pound we send overseas during the holiday season. This past week, my red, white and blue T-shirt reading “Fudge for the Troops” must have stirred the interest of two Aspen Police Department officers, as they insisted on helping me back to the store with two cases of soda. Our men in uniform here in Aspen have always been here for us. Thank you, Aspen Police Department. You are always on our minds.

Linda Smisek

Shift manager, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Aspen

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