SAVANNAH, GA, November 12, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Cash-n-Carry Pull Your Part Salvage Yard is holding a fundraiser on November 15th and 16th to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
. All proceeds will go to this fine organization to help them provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured military personnel.
The Wounded Warrior Project is dedicated to fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded military members and they seek to raise awareness and enlist the public in meeting the needs of the injured service members.
On November 15th & 16th, Cash-n-Carry will be selling Boston Butt sandwiches
at their salvage yard location of 500 Staley Avenue in Savannah. Burgers and hotdogs are also available, and all lunches will come with a drink and chips. In addition, they are pre-selling Boston Butts for $25 each, and these can be purchased at three different locations:
Ken & Candi's Bar-B-Q at 4395 Ogeechee Rd. in Savannah (912-232-5466)
Cash-n-Carry Motors at 500 Staley Avenue in Savannah (912-352-0725)
Cash-n-Carry Salvage Yard at 500 Staley Avenue in Savannah (912-352-0725)
Ticket representatives will let buyers know what day they can pick up their Boston Butt purchase and all sales are cash only.
Kenny Grainger, owner of Cash-n-Carry, explains: "We at Cash-n-Carry have always strongly believed in giving back to the community. In the past we have donated time and effort to the Old Savannah Mission, the Door of Hope Ministry, Special Olympics, local schools and the 3rd Infantry Division
. For fifty years our family has been active members of Savannah and we will continue to do our part to make this a great place to work and live."
ABOUT CASH-N-CARRY - Cash-n-Carry Pull Your Part Used Auto Parts has been a fixture in Savannah, Georgia for over twenty years. The Grainger family
has been in the auto parts business since 1966 and they are heavily invested in the past, present and future of Savannah. Dedicated members of the Chamber of Commerce and tireless workers for charitable causes, Cash-n-Carry owners and employees reflect down home Southern values and have always strived to put the needs of their customers first. As Kenny Grainger often says, "We work and live in Savannah and we treat each and every customer
as though they were a visitor to our home."