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Jon Stewart of ‘The Daily Show’ Donates to Sandy Relief Effort in Red Bank

Jon Stewart in Red Bank
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For one Jersey boy, it wasn’t enough to talk the talk.

A day after appearing live on NBC’s “Coming Together” telethon to support the victims of Hurricane Sandy, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart was spotted doing his part in Red Bank.

Stewart, a New Jersey native and current Navesink resident, dropped off a car load of supplies for Rebuild Recover, an ongoing collection drive being put on by the local non-profit organization Move for Hunger and Sounds to Go DJs of Red Bank.

The organization will continue their collection efforts throughout the month of November.

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