NKH&W, KANSAS CITY, MO.

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Executives from NKH&W visited Wolferman’s in Kansas City with Catherine Dickens, great-great-great granddaughter of author Charles Dickens. Dickens and the store have agreed to sell a proprietary line of products to benefit the United Way. Pictured here are (l. to r.) Marc Ford, vice president, director of account services, NKH&W; Jennifer Fitzwater, account executive, NKH&W; Dickens; actors portraying Ebenezer Scrooge (Gary Neal Johnson) and Charles Dickens (Mark Robbins) from the Missouri Repertory Theatre; Jayme Thomason, account executive, public relations, NKH&W; and Deborah Ducrocq, media liaison, NKH&W.

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