STRONGSVILLE, Ohio - The owner of a Strongsville running store says his business is up 60 percent this weekend because Northeast Ohio runners are pulling together to help the victim's of the Boston Marathon bombings.
"The outpouring has bee enormous. People are coming from as far as a Pennsylvania to shop," says Active Runner owner Randy Osborn, who plans to donate all his profits from this weekend to a fund that aids those impacted by the twin blasts Monday.
More than 170 people were injured, and three killed when the bombs exploded near the finish line.
Osborn says he is motivated by the death of 8-year-old Martin Richard, who died waiting with his family members for his father finish the race. Martin's mother and sister were severely injured as well.
Osborne says he hopes to donate as much as $30,000 to the charitable foundation of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. The Kraft family matched the first $100,000 worth of donations.
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