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Brothers sell baked goods for seat belt campaign

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AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) -  Two local brothers are raising money to promote seat belt wearing in our area.

NewsChannel10 first told you about Treyton and Jayden Breece last week.

They are giving away car stickers, asking residents to buckle up because you have loved ones.

MORE: Amarillo brothers ask you to buckle up in memory of their mom

The brothers lost their mother in a racing accident last April and they don't want others to lose a loved one the way they did.

Saturday they are holding a bake sale to raise money so they can purchase more stickers.

The bake sale is inside the big building at the Northwest Village Apartments from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

They will announce where they are handing out stickers and other future fundraisers on their Facebook page "Christy's Kids."

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