FedEx Opened First-Ever Lemonade Stand For Charity In New Orleans, Enlisted NFL Stars To Help Raise Funding For Junior Achievement Students

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Shortly after Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver announced... Photo d'actualitéAffaires,Arts Culture et Spectacles,Assistance,Donald Driver,Federal Express,Football américain,Green Bay Packers,Horizontal,La Nouvelle-Orléans,NFL,Neuf,Niveau d'éducation,Position,Receveur éloigné,Retraite,Région de la Côte du Golfe,Trouver,États-Unis,Être deboutPhotographer Collection: Getty Images Entertainment 2013 Getty ImagesNEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 31: Shortly after Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver announced his retirement from the NFL, he found a new position - helping Junior Achievement students run their first business at the FedEx lemonade stand. The event, held at the Super Bowl XLVII Media Center, celebrated the 10th season of the FedEx Air & Ground NFL Players of the Year program. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for FedEx)