Camel Cash Inherited From Grandpa

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Camel Cash Inherited From Grandpa

TOPEKA, KS—Twenty-eight-year-old Brian Roberson became the sole heir of his late grandfather Herman Roberson's lifetime savings in Camel Cash Tuesday, when he inherited a shoe box filled with 5,800 C-notes. "To think that a fortune was stashed right behind the cinderblock in the garage all this time," Roberson said, adding that his grandpa always stressed the importance of planning for the future. "He could have bought all the promotional collapsible camping chairs he wanted, but instead he put it away for his grandkid. That's the kind of man he was." According to Roberson, his grandpa's last wish was for him to spend the Camel Cash on anything from the Camel catalog his heart desired, though it all had to have been redeemed before March 31, 2007.