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Zach Bonner and the Lazydays Employee Foundation Video

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Published on Oct 25, 2012

http://www.LazydaysEmployeeFoundation... Zach Bonner was just nine years old when he stood in front of Lazydays employees to share his desire to help homeless youth. From that day forward, Zach and the Lazydays Employee Foundation shared a common goal to help underprivileged youth have a better life.

Although Zach may not have personally known any of these kids, he did whatever he could to help them and share their stories to spread awareness of this seemingly hidden issue. Before long, he founded the Little Red Wagon Foundation and walked to Tallahassee, then Atlanta, and then all across America to bring the plight for homeless youth to light.

The Lazydays Employee Foundation has teamed up with Zach since the early days of his efforts, and even leant him an RV for his walks. Inspired by his spirit of philanthropy, the Lazydays Employee Foundation supports the Lazydays Homeless Youth Program, Open Inn, Inc., the Ybor Youth Clinic, Youth on Their Own and several other programs to help break the cycle of youth homelessness.

You can now see Zach's inspirational journey on DVD. Check out the movie trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY3rh_....

To find out more about the Lazydays Employee Foundation go to http://www.LazydaysEmployeeFoundation.... Plus, you can stay connected with the Lazydays Employee Foundation by "liking" us at http://www.Facebook.com/LazydaysEmplo....

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