Andrew Ladner, second from right, founder of US Veterans Corps, works with Lenovo employees and other volunteers at a Toys for Lil’ Troops drive that broke the Guinness world record for toys collected in 24 hours Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.
Andrew Ladner, second from right, founder of US Veterans Corps, works with Lenovo employees and other volunteers at a Toys for Lil’ Troops drive that broke the Guinness world record for toys collected in 24 hours Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. Courtesy of Lenovo
Andrew Ladner, second from right, founder of US Veterans Corps, works with Lenovo employees and other volunteers at a Toys for Lil’ Troops drive that broke the Guinness world record for toys collected in 24 hours Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. Courtesy of Lenovo

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