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For Every Body to raise money for victim.

* For Every Body, a candle manufacturer in Lindon, UT is raising funds to help a car-accident victim. On Father's Day last summer, Tori Schmanski's dream of a dancing career ended suddenly. She was traveling with family members when her vehicle rolled two-and-a-half times and landed upside down in a water-filled canal.

After being trapped in the canal upside-down for 15 minutes, she was rushed to a local hospital. She suffered from a traumatic brain injury and hasn't been able to dance since.

The new candle line features Tori's picture on the front and a tiny dancer on the top. Tori's candles can be purchased at www.pray4tori.com or at www.foreverybody.com.
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Date:Oct 1, 2005
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