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TOMS Vagabond Tour Stops In Bismarck

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A popular shoe company makes a stop in Bismarck today.

The TOMS Vagabond tour is making stops in 48 states to say thank you.

TOMS is a shoe and Eyewear company from California that not only sells merchandise but also gives back to children in need.

"TOMS is a one for one company and for every pair of shoes sold we give one back to a child in need and same with our sunglasses, every pair of sunglasses sold we give back and give sight through whether it be prescription glasses, medical treatment or eye saving surgery," TOMS Vagabond Member, Michelle Nader said.

The tour is at the University of Mary today giving students an opportunity to buy merchandise and even enter a chance to win an internship with TOMS and a trip to L.A.

"I've gotten shoes through the TOMS program, I have three pairs of shoes, I just think it's such an awesome thing they do and that it's not only getting stuff because you want the style or something but you're actually doing something for the world, I think it's so awesome just because it's such a big corporation and so to come here in Bismarck, North Dakota is pretty awesome," University of Mary Sophomore Sierra Roshau said.

The TOMS Vagabond tour will be at the Street fair in downtown Bismarck tomorrow before heading to Minneapolis on Saturday.

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