Bowling event offers education about human trafficking

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BISMARCK, N.D. - 31:8 Project calls attention to a national problem. They offer education about human trafficking to the public.

This year they more than doubled the size of the Spare Trafficking tournament, with around 120 participants bowling. Others came just to bid in the silent auction.

"What we have found throughout the years of doing our work is that it doesn't matter if you live in a big city or if you're from a small town, we have seen cases of human trafficking. And so we've just realized the importance of educating the general public because they're really the eyes and the ears of each community that they live in," said Stacy Schaffer, 31:8 Project Founder.

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