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Representatives for both denied knowledge of the prizes.
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The Presidents Club announced Wednesday that it would shut down after distributing its remaining funds to children's charities, and "will not host any further fundraising events."One of the club's three trustees, David Meller, resigned as an adviser to Britain's Department for Education.
Meller is joint chairman of the Meller Group, which supplies jewelry, beauty products and housewares to British shops.