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Lufkin Which Wich hosting Flag Your Bag campaign for those serving in military

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

A local nationwide food chain is hoping to bring some cheer to those serving in our military. Which Wich is hosting its fourth annual Flag Your Bag campaign.

From now until July 7th, guests will be able to decorate a bag with messages to send to troops.The bags will be taken down after the 7th and filled with goodies and sent to active military members. Employees with the company believe the promotion comes at the perfect time.

"We just want to thank the men and women serving, said Amber Dunn, a manager at Which Wich. "I think we should do that each and every day, but especially this time of year since it is getting close to Independence Day."

This is the first time the Lufkin location will participate in the promotion, which has been going less than a week. Dunn said she is pleased and excited with the participation so far.

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