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Darlington Raceway to host Palmetto Goodwill Great Pee Dee Yard Sale

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DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) - Darlington Raceway is giving the local community an opportunity to sell their unwanted items at the Palmetto Goodwill Great Pee Dee Yard Sale on Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration forms are available by stopping by the Darlington Raceway ticket office or your local Goodwill store during normal business hours. 

“The Palmetto Goodwill Great Pee Dee Yard Sale is a prime opportunity for the local community to come out to the track and participate in a garage sale style event and in turn get money back off a race ticket,” Darlington Raceway president Kerry Tharp said. Tharp says they’re always looking for new and different ways to utilize the track “too tough to tame” to benefit the community, and hosting this type of event is a unique way of doing so. 

All items not purchased during the yard sale can be donated to Palmetto Goodwill. Their trucks will be on site to pick up any unsold items. Darlington Raceway will also be collecting non-perishable food items during the event to benefit Harvest Hope Food Bank in Florence.

The local community is encouraged to sign up for vendor space to sell their unwanted items. An 18x20 space is $25 until Friday, April 21. On Saturday, April 22 (day of event), prices will increase to $30. Entry to the event for shoppers is free.

For more information, call 843-395-8813 or by visit DarlingtonRaceway.com.

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