Amazon.com to give $250,000 to Diy slime cleanup fund
Diy, the slime-filled drink from McDonald’s, is making an appearance in the Amazon.
The $250 million deal with Graco Slim will go to a charity of Amazon’s choosing.
It’s a sign of how fast Amazon is transforming itself.
Amazon bought Diy in 2015 for $1.5 billion.
Diy is the company’s latest hit, and it is also the first to make its way to Amazon Prime Video, Amazon’s video streaming service that is currently available in more than 20 countries.
Amazon has been able to make a splash with Diy because it has been a big seller on Amazon.
It has sold a lot of Diy since its launch in 2015.
But Amazon has struggled to compete with fast food chains and other competitors, which have had success selling the drink on Amazon and on other platforms.
Amazon is working to make Diy a bigger hit by making it available on other devices and also by selling it online.
Amazon said the new Diy money will be used to fund Diy cleanup efforts in Diy’s birthplace of Diyan, Nigeria, where Diy has been sold in supermarkets and bars.
In addition to Diyan and the diy town of Ogun, Amazon will also spend $150 million on a national clean-up program, including a program to distribute Diy to children.