Sonic Drive-In is launching the third year of its Limeades for Learning campaign, which in the past has let customers direct more than half a million dollars in grants to public-school teachers and students. The Oklahoma City, Okla.-based chain has donated more than $1.3 million to fund teachers’ projects since the program started in 2009. It partners with DonorsChoose.org on the initiative. “By the end of this year's campaign, Sonic and its franchise partners will have ...

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