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Real Shoe People. Real Shoe Stories. – Elizabeth

Friday, August 8, 2014

“The shoe industry has taught me the value of hard work and the donors and folks at Two Ten have taught me that hard work pays off,” said Elizabeth Staplins.  The thirty-year-old, college sophomore may have started her college experience a little later than most, but a curious mind and a strong motivation to succeed … Read More

Donor Funded Scholarships Create Opportunity

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

How can one make a lasting tribute to someone? That’s a question that Sonny Shar’s friends pondered as did importer Greg Goldstein. This fall, two new college freshmen, Brianna Fischer and Jacob Stayer, will be grateful that the conclusion to the question was to create two new permanently endowed scholarships at Two Ten Footwear Foundation. … Read More

Real Shoe People. Real Shoe Stories. – Jackie

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Jackie White experienced the worst flooding Florida had seen in 130 years.  The 17-year veteran of the footwear industry needed emergency help when life-threatening water levels forced her and her husband out of their house with nowhere to turn.  All of her furniture, dry wall, appliances and clothing were destroyed; and to ad insult to … Read More

Real Shoe People. Real Shoe Stories. – Justin

Thursday, May 22, 2014

“10 family pictures and a partially functioning computer is all we have left,” said Justin Keane, an Adidas employee whose family was displaced after intense flooding destroyed his home, leaving his family without life’s necessities and struggling to survive. The storms that hit Florida in late April were the worst the state had seen in 130 … Read More

A Footwear Family Stays in their Home

Monday, April 14, 2014

“My wife was diagnosed with cancer.  She had been working at her company for 17 years and didn’t want to stop; in fact, she never took a sick day until then,” says Tom, a shoe store Manager.  When the bills started rolling in, Tom had to take a second job to keep up, but it … Read More