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Waukesha school wins a visit from Donald Driver

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WAUKESHA -- Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Donald Driver stopped by Summit View Elementary School in Waukesha after the school won the Goodwill Pack'er Up Donation Challenge. Summit beat 1,076 other schools to win this year's competition.

"He really cares about Goodwill, and he cares about teaching the kids the important lessons about giving back to your community. That's what Donald's all about," Goodwill Industries Vice President of Marketing Pat Boelter said.

During his appearance, Driver fielded questions from students. One student asked -- "If you weren't a professional football player, which profession would you choose and why?"

"I would probably be an accountant, because that's what I got my degree in. I always wanted to work with numbers," Driver said.

The Pack'er Up Donation Challenge 2012 collected a total of 871,644 items.

CLICK HERE to see the full list of results from the Pack'er Up Donation Challenge 2012!

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