Man gives back to kids working to replace blight with art in Binghampton

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- It was a Spring Break wing feast for some Memphis teens Wednesday.

Scott Ready, a co-owner of Forever Ready Productions, won a $200 voucher from Buffalo Wild Wings in a trivia contest sponsored by Red Rover marketing.

Instead of keeping it for himself, Ready decided to treat the kids involved in the Carpenter Art Garden program in the Binghampton neighborhood.

The program uses art to get rid of blight in neighborhoods.

Each week, up to 70 children work on permanent art installations.

You can learn more about the program Here.

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