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Nationwide Anti-Bullying tour touches down in Wilmington

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A nationwide anti-bullying tour made it's first stop in Wilmington on Friday night.

Lawrence Gadsden, a.k.a. "Larry Legend" brought the Dreams Inc. tour to the Community Boys and Girls Club.

Hundreds of children gathered to watch a basketball game.

The kids also got a chance to meet some of their local sheriff's deputies and learn a thing or two about "Larry Legend" and his anti-bullying campaign.

"We invest in cars, jewelry, houses, whatever," said Gadsden.  "The children are our immediate future.  One of these kids behind me could be the President of the United States one day, you never know.  So, let's invest more of our time in them."

In addition to the Dreams Incorporated tour, Gadsden also works a full-time job in New York City.

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