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KK BOLD 'Steps Up' With New Service Project

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KK Bold in Bismarck is 'stepping up' with a new community service project.

One lucky non-profit agency will receive up to 15,000 dollars in free services.

It's called the Step Up! Community Service Project.

KK Bold has done this every year but this time the public gets to nominate and vote for the winner.

The organization winner will be announced on December 23 and will receive their creative services from KK Bold next year.

Wayne Kranzler, CEO says their team enjoys participating in this project every year.

"It's fun to give back and staff enjoys it and many of these projects they can do some real interesting, creative things that they don't always have the opportunity to use all of their skills and it's a lot of fun for the staff. We're trying to make this more fun with the other involvement of the public," says Wayne Kranzler, CEO of KK BOLD.

The non-profit agency must be located in Bismarck/Mandan or Minot.

If you'd like to submit a nomination you can go to kkbold.com and vote on their Facebook page.

Nominations will be accepted through December 1st.

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