13 year old Dylan Hall, of Bridge City, sits with Whataburger Mascot, "Whataguy" in Livingston on August 12, 2015.
Whataburger Helps Raise Over $17,000 for Local MDA Chapter, LIVINGSTON, August 13, 2015 - Yesterday afternoon (August 12, 2015), Managers and employees with Whataburger and representatives with the Southeast Texas Chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy association gathered at Livingston Whataburger to present a check of over $17,500 that's been raised to help Southeast Texas MDA. Notables on hand were 13 year old Dylan Hall and his mother, Kim Hall. Dylan has duchenne muscular dystrophy, a condition that affects 1 in every 3,600 boys. In spite of his condition, Dylan remains in good spirits and shows a very positive outgoing attitude. He was happy to chat with everyone gathered for the occasion. Also on hand were local and regional managers for Whataburger and Southeast Texas MDA coordinator, Sophie Freeman. Whataburger was able to raise the impressive amount by selling mobiles to their customers for $1 or $5. According to Web MD, there are nine different types of muscular dystrophy. To learn more about Southeast Texas MDA, VISIT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE!
Dylan Hall (front) holds a check for over $17,000. Back row (L - R) Manager Robert Abrigo, Whataguy, Manager, Shawn Overstreet, Manager, William Duke
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