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Leaders urge more phlanthropy

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Your business’ philanthropy can have a big impact on your bottom line. That’s what some successful Austin business owners told a South By Southwest crowd. Joining Austin based jewelry mogul Kendra Scott and Patron Tequila and Paul Mitchell Systems founder John Paul Dejoria was former Austin tennis star, Andy Roddick.

"Make sure that if you're giving your time if you're giving your money if you're giving your brain, make sure it's something sustainable," said Roddick.
 
They all say find something you’re passionate about and customers will connect with your efforts and help boost your business.

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