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Carolina Pottery to donate 10 percent of Wednesday sales to flood relief

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Carolina Pottery is donating 10 percent of all sales on Wednesday to flood relief efforts around the state. Below are details from a news release from the company:

Carolina Pottery to Donate 10% of Sales to SC Flood Relief

Carolina Pottery will donate 10% of all sales on Wednesday, October 7th 2015 to flood relief efforts in Columbia, SC and Myrtle Beach, SC.  They plan to make this donation to the local offices of the Salvation Army to aid in disaster relief. Carolina Pottery operates five stores in the Carolinas and Georgia, including in both the Columbia, SC and Myrtle Beach, SC markets.  These two stores were thankfully spared from any major damage during the recent floods, so Carolina Pottery would like to help those that were not as fortunate.

Their local store address is:  1403 North Kings Highway (Ste. 120) Myrtle Beach, SC  29577

Carolina Pottery is a South Carolina based, family owned and operated retail business that started in 1983. They have locations in Smithfield, NC, Cary, NC, Columbia, SC, Myrtle Beach, SC and Augusta, GA. Each of their stores has over 20 departments of home décor and seasonal merchandise, including:  outdoor wicker furniture and cushions, rugs, lamps, home accents, housewares, seasonal and holiday décor, flowers, ribbon, candles, and much more. Visit one of our locations or on the web at: www.CarolinaPottery.com

The shareholders and associates of Carolina Pottery would like to offer their sympathy to all of the individuals and businesses affected by the recent flood disaster, especially to those that lost loved ones and friends.

Copyright 2015 WMBF News. All rights reserved.

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