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    Most people think charity means writing a check. Businessman and philanthropist Robert Pamplin, Jr., argues that successful business people have more to bring to the table than simply money. Writing a check is not enough. Business skills are as valuable as money to a charity — and in many cases, more so.”

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Wall Street Journal: An Ode to the Can-Do Spirit

Robert B. Pamplin Jr. stops his golf cart at a high point on his 400-acre estate in Sherwood, Ore., and glances below. Amid gentle hills of vineyards, orchards and hazelnut trees about 20 miles from downtown Portland is the 10-building compound he has spent the past three decades assembling. 

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