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Metro Business Report November 19, 2010

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This is Lane Beattie, president of the Salt Lake Chamber, with your Metro Business Report.

CyberHood watch, a local organization that advocates for the safety of children, families and businesses in the digital age, is among the finalists for a 250-thousand dollar grant from Pepsi.

During the Super Bowl last year, Pepsi opted to take the 15-point-6 million dollars it would have spent on advertisements and give it to help good ideas become beneficial projects. They call it the "Refresh Everything" project.

Cyberhood Watch is now asking for your support. To win the grant money, they need votes. So log onto - slash—cyberhood watch and vote today.

At that site, you will also find more information about the goals of CyberHood Watch. The grant money would help the organization develop responsible digital citizens and enhance the future safety and security of children and families.

This is Lane Beattie for KSL News Radio.

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