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Fleet Farm to keep Salvation Army ringers

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BRAINERD, Minn. (AP) — A Midwestern retailer has changed its mind about a decision not to allow Salvation Army bell ringers to collect donations outside its stores.

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Mills Fleet Farm said Tuesday that the decision to give direct donations to local Salvation Army chapters instead of allowing bell ringers was "unfortunate."

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