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October 20, 2014
AZ family wanted to unplug from technology and plug into community, so they're on 10,000 mile road trip where they help local charities as they pass through town.
"In his 25 years as a financial planner in Phoenix, Gregg Murset noticed two things his successful clients all had in common: They worked hard and they were smart with their money. Hoping to instill those values in his own children, Murset set out with his wife Kami and their six kids on a 10,000-mile road trip. They’re calling it the 'Working Across America Tour,' and it involves doing odd jobs for charities along the way with the goal of teaching philanthropic values. The family was in Burbank Thursday on the western portion of the tour doing some chores and visiting residents at Casa de la Providencia, a low-income independent living facility operated by United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties." -- Chad Garland, the Burbank (CA) Leader