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Gronk helps clothing store raise money for homeless

From left: Rob Gronkowski, National Jean Company owner Steve Simon, and Sara Underwood.

Michael Blanchard

From left: Rob Gronkowski, National Jean Company owner Steve Simon, and Sara Underwood.

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Injured Patriot Rob Gronkowski was at National Jean Company in Newton on Tuesday night to help the store raise money for One Family Inc., an organization that works to end homelessness in Massachusetts. People paid $50 to get in, which went to the cause, and then got cocktails, entertainment, and 20 percent off everything in the store. Other celebrity helpers at the event included Gronkowski’s teammate Danny Aiken, Fox 25’s Sara Underwood, and Dan Fireman of Capital Partners. Dan’s wife, Penny Fireman, hosted the night.

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