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Quinton Aaron knows a thing or two about bullying.

The Blindside actor was a victim himself, which is why he launched a crusade against it.

Quinton is in town to support his anti-bullying tour and raise money for the newly-formed Aaron Quinton Foundation.

Today, at the Quaker Steak & Lube in Mentor and on Canal Road, he’ll talk about ways to stop bullying as well as to bring awareness to the widespread problem.

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