Comcast is chipping in to buy 3-D printers for some of Philadelphia's recreation centers.
The Philadelphia-based mass media giant announced Wednesday a $105,000 donation to the city's Department of Parks and Recreation Public Access Computing Center program.
Kingsessing Recreation Center, Starr Garden Recreation Center and Tustin Recreation Center will receive the printers.
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