Temprano Techvestors in Newton issues $10,000 challenge for K-64

By John Bailey, Hickory Daily Record

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Luke Walling believes in supporting local education and its partnership with industry in Catawba County through the K-64 initiative.

To emphasize this, his company, Temprano Techvestors in Newton, recently donated $10,000 to K-64 and now Walling is going a step further.

“We’re challenging the community to match us,” Walling said in a Temprano Techvestors press release. “We want area businesses and residents to keep the ball rolling, and we will match them—up to another $10,000 for all donations made by Dec. 31.  Who will accept our challenge?”

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