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'We Support Paula Deen' Facebook Page Gains Strength

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Growing at a rate of thousands per day, a Facebook page titled 'We Support Paula Deen' is quickly gaining new support.

The page appears to have been created within Savannah. It's authors provide readers with information about companies that have dissolved business deals with Deen.

https://www.facebook.com/WeSupportPaulaDean

The page also features messages and photos of support for the celebrity Chef.

Meanwhile, Paula herself is reaching out to the supportive online community, authoring a series of tweets and Facebook posts Monday, thanking fans for their loyal support.

Deen is scheduled to appear on NBC's Today Show Wednesday.

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