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IRVINE, Calif. May 24, 2012 Graduate to Go $1 million $1 million

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Mark Wahlberg May 24 to June 7 $5 $1 million

Graduate to Go Greg Creed

The high school dropout rates are staggering in America, with one student dropping out of high school every 26 seconds.  More than 30 percent of teens in the U.S. and up to 50 percent of Latinos and African Americans fail to graduate with their class. Dropouts are more likely than high school graduates to be unemployed, in poor health, living in poverty, in prison or on public assistance.** 

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June 7th $1

$3 million

Mark Wahlberg

Graduate to Go

Mona Dixon Graduate to Go Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg Mona Dixon $1

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About Graduate to Go

Graduate to Go is a national initiative of Taco Bell Foundation, Inc., also known as the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens, a non-profit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation, committed to addressing the growing number of high school dropouts in the U.S.   The initiative funds real-world experiences, such as job training and college preparation, proven to motivate teens to stay in school.

Graduate to Go www.graduatetogo.com www.facebook.com/GraduateToGo

$30 million

About Taco Bell Corp.

Taco Bell Corp. ("Taco Bell"), a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., (NYSE: YUM), is the nation’s leading Mexican-style quick service restaurant chain. Taco Bell serves tacos, burritos, signature quesadillas, Grilled Stuft Burritos, nachos, and other specialty items such as Crunchwrap Supreme®, in addition to the Why Pay More® Value Menu. Taco Bell serves more than 36.8 million consumers each week in nearly 5,600 restaurants in the U.S.

About The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation

Mark Wahlberg www.markwahlbergyouthfoundation.com

March 2006

Contact:
Emily Hallford

[email protected]

SOURCE Taco Bell Foundation for Teens

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