Former Boy Scout Gives Away Kangaroo Cups
GAINESVILLE - A former Boy Scout made a very selfless choice when he decided to donate 100 free Kangaroo refillable cups.
Thursday, Jeremy Jones handed out 100 Roo cups to visitors of the St. Francis Emergency Shelter.
Jones was one of ten winners of Kangaroo's "What would you do with 100 Roo Cups" contest.
The former scout said he drives down the street, constantly wishing he could hand out water to those who are vulnerable to the hot sun.
The Roo Cup can be taken in to any Kangaroo store and refilled with a fountain or frozen drink for a quarter.
The distribution began at 10:00 Thursday morning.
Within an hour, all the cups had been given away.
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