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A-Treat announces six finalists for company's hero campaign

OREFIELD, Pa. - A-Treat Soda has announced six finalists for its A-Treat Heroes campaign.

The brand launched a new campaign in January to honor selfless individuals giving back to their community. It asked individuals to nominate someone who they believe is an "A-Treat Hero" by nominating them on A-Treat's website.

The finalists include Betty Duffy, a volunteer of Meals on Wheels in Lehigh County; Matthew Brett, fire chief of Kempton Fire Company; Barb Martucci, founder of Smiles by Sarah; Officer Scott Rothrock of Catasauqua Police Department; Scott Marshall, a charitable musician and songwriter; and Donna Jacobsen, founder of the H.O.P.E. Program. 

All finalists are to receive a $500 donation to the nonprofit organization of their choice.

The community will now have the chance to vote and determine the official A-Treat Hero of 2018. 

The winner will receive $10,000 to donate to his or her charity of choice and will be featured on A-Treat's cream soda label. 

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