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Suntex to match donations for Dallas police

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Dallas-based Suntex Marinas, owner and manager of more than 40 marinas, is matching all employee and member donations to a Texas group that helps the families of fallen first responders after the shooting deaths of five police officers in Dallas in early July.

The company says it will match all donations made ending in $0.29 to the Guns and Hoses Foundation of North Texas. The company will match contributions up to $10,000.29.

Two of its properties can accommodate large yachts, including Yacht Club Port de Plaisance in St. Maarten and Liberty Landing Marina in New Jersey. It has submitted a bid to redevelop Las Olas Marina in Ft. Lauderdale.

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