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Toys for Tots 16DEC09The Hasbro Company has partnered with MassDOT to donate board games to the Massachusetts State Police Troop E “Toys for Tots” Holiday Fund. 

The holiday promotion helps the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots campaign and encourages motorists to sign up for the e-Traveler service.

MassDOT and Hasbro donate board games to the campaign.  In addition, a board game will be given away daily to an individual chosen at random from the list of those who have signed up for e-Traveler.

The e-Traveler Service provides weekly e-mail notification of road restrictions and construction advisories for the Massachusetts Turnpike, including the Ted Williams, O'Neill, Sumner and Callahan tunnels and I-93 in downtown Boston.  Sign up here.

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