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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Acts



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ANCHOR LEAD: From corner office CEOs, to stay-at-home moms, to students of all ages… people from all over the country competed against one another in the hopes of helping others and building better communities. Brian Osuch has the story. (:60) SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm Brian Osuch. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things… all while inspiring others and changing lives. For the third year in a row the Super Service Challenge motivated thousands of people and companies with a mission to serve their communities in a meaningful way. The initiatives Ambassador, New Orleans Saints' Quarterback, Drew Brees… CUT: (Brees) It's an honor to be part of such a worthwhile mission. Last year, the Super Service Challenge brought one-million dollars to New Orleans – money that helped build homes, create soup kitchens and change the lives of those who needed it most. And I'm proud to say, this years winners are keeping up the tradition. SCRIPT: With over 50,000 hours invested and three million dollars awarded, the Super Service Challenge's Mike Lantz, says this year's crop of teams proved a big point. CUT: (Lantz) We're seeing how every act of service makes a difference, and it's easier than ever before to make an impact. This year alone, over eleven-hundred nonprofits were served and because of that, thousands of lives were made better. SCRIPT: To see videos of incredible acts of service, go to Super-Service-Challenge-dot-com. That's Newsbreak from the Super Service Challenge.
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