Dunkin Donuts teams up with Vermonters to send prayers to Marathon runners

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The one year anniversary of the Boston bombing is quickly approaching.

The impact of the tragic day stretched far beyond Boston city limits and folks in Burlington, Vermont are getting a chance to show the city their love and support.

Nearly a year later, many Vermonter’s remain haunted by that awful Boston day. So for the anniversary the American Red Cross and the Burlington Dunkin Donuts are giving Vermont an avenue to reach out to Bostonians.

The doughnut shop was chosen by the Red Cross to host a prayer banner.

Customers are encouraged to write a message of strength, hope and love for those impacted by the bombing.

When it is complete — the banner will be Boston bound — where it will join others like it in a proud city display.

Call it a strong voice of support from the green mountains to the Bay State.

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