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HOME DEPOT THANKS COMMUNITY AND CONCLUDES COLLECTIONS

 HOME DEPOT THANKS COMMUNITY AND CONCLUDES COLLECTIONS
 ATLANTA, Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Collection bins stationed at Home


Depot stores across Atlanta have helped deploy at least 26 truckloads of emergency relief supplies to hurricane victims in South Florida.
 Due to the incredible support of the citizens of Atlanta, truckloads of essentials have been sent to the Salvation Army, the Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Assistance Program (FEMA). Wednesday, Sept. 2, is the last day the materials will be accepted at Atlanta-area Home Depot stores. Those who wish to continue to support victims of the hurricane are urged to donate money to local Red Cross affiliates.
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 /CONTACT: Suzanne Apple, director of community affairs of The Home Depot, 404-431-2688/
 (HD) CO: The Home Depot ST: Georgia IN: REA SU:


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