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Nothing Bundt Cakes to donate to shooting victims' families

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LAS VEGAS -- A fundraiser is planned Saturday at Nothing Bundt Cakes in support of the fallen officers and citizen killed in Sunday's shooting rampage.

"As a family-owned business and on this holiday honoring Fathers, we will donate 15 percent of our entire day’s sales to support the families of these victims."

Anyone who works in law enforcement can purchase "bundtlets" for just $1 as long they show their badge, the bakery said.

There are two locations offering the deal on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.:

  • 9711 South Eastern Ave., Ste. H-10, Las Vegas., Nev., 89183
  • 8320 W. Sahara Ave., #140, Las Vegas, Nev., 89117

For more information on the bakery, visit their website.
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