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Gleaner managers sell newspapers

Published:Thursday | September 11, 2014 | 9:00 AM
Below: Colin Bourne, manager, print, plant and distribution operations at The Gleaner Company, sells a motorist a newspaper on Monday during the company's corporate street sale day.
Robin Williams, manager, online and information technology at The Gleaner Company, tries to sell copies of the newspaper on Monday during the company's corporate street sale day. Photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Rudolph Speid (right), manager, group finance & procurement at The Gleaner Company, and Shena Stubbs-Gibson (centre), company secretary/ senior legal adviser, jointly sell a copy of The Gleaner on Knutsford Boulevard.
Simone Riley (right) shows off her copy of The Gleaner which she bought from the company's managing director Christopher Barnes during The Gleaner's corporate street sale day on Monday. Photos by Jermaine Barnaby/ Photographer
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Gleaner managers and celebrities took to the streets on Monday to sell newspapers. The initiative was part of The Gleaner's 180th anniversary celebration. Proceeds from the sale will go to selected charities. Here are highlights of the day's events.