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Business owners donate profits to help family of slain Belton teen

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BELTON, Texas (KWTX) – Two area business owners are teaming up to help with medical and funeral expenses for Joe Ramirez, the Belton High School senior murdered on campus on Tuesday.

Both are donating a part — or all — of the profits they made on Friday.

At Up Nutrition, owned by Sabrina King, a hundred percent of profits are going to the family, along with more donations from King herself.

Down the road from her establishment, a customer who frequents her shop owns a boutique and she also is giving part of what she earned to the family.

“The outpouring has been just crazy,” said King. “In a good way, in a great way.”

For her, it is almost a literal outpouring, too. Her shop specializes in health-drinks.

Ramirez’s mother, Amanda Rios, frequents the shop and knows King, which is what prompted the fundraising effort.

“I know finances just get rough around a time like this,” said King.

Joining her in donations is Micah…

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