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"We want to recognize the hard work and sacrifice that these folks are making for us day in and day out," said Ken Harrell, managing partner of Joye Law Firm.
CHARLESTON, SC, May 15, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Joye Law Firm is recognizing frontline grocery workers and local restaurants that have been keeping South Carolinians fed during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Joye Law has delivered hundreds of free pizzas to grocery store workers in Charleston, Summerville, Columbia, and Myrtle Beach to say thank you to these frontline workers who have bravely performed their jobs during the pandemic. The law firm also is supporting local restaurants by giving away $75 restaurant gift cards to several lucky winners who nominate their favorite local eateries on Joye's Facebook page.
"We want to recognize the hard work and sacrifice that these folks are making for us day in and day out," said Ken Harrell, managing partner of Joye Law Firm. "They keep us fed and we wanted to treat them to a lunch on us to let them know how much we appreciate everything they do."
Joye Law Firm's Joye in the Community program provides charitable support to community organizations and aims to recognize essential workers doing their jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The law firm teamed up with D'Allesandro's Pizza in Charleston and D'Allesandro's Pizza Nexton to treat frontline grocery store workers to a free lunch at numerous stores in Charleston and Summerville.
Pizzas were delivered to the Publix Super Market at 10 West Edge in Charleston, Publix in Summerville, Harris Teeter at 680 Bacons Bridge Road in Summerville, Harris Teeter at 290 E. Bay St. in Charleston, Food Lion at 1015 King St. in Charleston, Food Lion in Summerville, the Veggie Bin in Charleston, BI-LO stores on Bacons Bridge Road and Main Street in Summerville, Piggly Wiggly in Summerville, Family Dollar in Summerville, Burbages Grocery on Broad St. in Charleston and Charlie's Grocery in downtown Charleston.
In Columbia, Joye Law teamed up with Village Idiot Pizza to serve lunch to grocery workers. They delivered pizzas to Food Lion at 2312 Decker Blvd., Lowes Foods at 4711 Forest Dr., Publix Super Market at Trenholm Plaza, Trader Joe's, Food Lion at 1001 Harden St., Publix Super Market at Gervais Place, Publix Super Market at Rosewood Shopping Center, The BI-LO Super Saver stores on Knox Abbott Dr. and Charleston Highway and Food Lion #378.
Joye Law Firm partnered with Main Slice pizza in North Myrtle Beach to serve up slices to grocery store workers on the Grand Strand. They delivered pizzas to Food Lion, Publix, Boulineau's IGA, Aldi's, Kroger and Walmart in Myrtle Beach.
A letter from Joye Law was attached to the pizza boxes saying, "Thank you! We are so grateful for all that you do. Have a slice on us!"
About Joye Law Firm
Founded in 1968, Joye Law Firm has been providing legal services to the people of South Carolina for more than 50 years. The firm's accomplished South Carolina injury and disability attorneys offer nearly 250 years of combined litigation experience and are committed to being active in the communities they serve. The law firm has offices in Charleston, Columbia, Clinton and Myrtle Beach.
To recognize the importance of giving back to the community, Joye Law Firm established Joye in the Community—a year‐round program that encompasses the firm's community service and support for non-profit organizations. The initiative is designed to enrich the lives of everyone involved and raise awareness about the needs of those in the Clinton, Charleston, Columbia and Myrtle Beach areas. Visit www.joyeinthecommunity.com to learn more.
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