Kootenay Business magazine’s Amie Lubbers needs “Get of jail” card

Cops for Kids has come calling to Kootenay Business magazine

Kootenay Business magazine’s sales coordinator, Amie Lubbers, is in the clink. She’s been arrested for being "too sexy for her shoes," and needs bail money in the form of donations for Cops for Kids. All funds will go directly to children within southeastern B.C. facing illness, disability or traumatic crisis. Cops for Kids provides financial assistance for families who require medical treatment outside their home community, specialized therapies, medical equipment, learning tools and mobility aids.

Rescue Amie by making a donation to Cops for Kids.
 

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