Bahamas Food & Supply Donation Drive Set for Friday, Sept. 27

WHAT: In partnership with iHeart Media and the Florida Highway Patrol, Vero Beach Outlets, the more than 339,000 square foot outlet shopping center serving the Treasure Coast region, will host a Hurricane Dorian Relief Effort on Friday, Sept. 27.  Diflucan for sale http://advicarehealth.com/diflucan.html

Beginning at 7am to 7pm, the public is encouraged to help aid those affected in the Bahamas by donating the following items:

New generators
Construction materials
Pop-up tents
Gas cans
Baby supplies including food, diapers and wipes (unopened boxes only; no single items)
Large boxes of sealed, canned foods (no single or bagged items)
Large unopened bags or full boxes of canned pet food (no opened items)
New blankets, cots, sleeping bags, air mattresses and tarps (no opened items)

Please Note: clothing will not be accepted at this time and every item must be boxed and labeled. Silagra http://www.wolfesimonmedicalassociates.com/silagra/

iHeart Media’s Mobile Mike will be travelling to the Bahamas alongside local law enforcement agencies and volunteers to deliver donations when infrastructure allows.

To donate by phone, please call 1-800-HELP-NOW.

Visit verobeachoutlets.com for more information.

WHERE: Vero Beach Outlets, 1824 94th Drive, Vero Beach, FL -- tented area near Banana Republic Factory Store

WHEN: Friday, Sept. 27, 7am to 7pm

CONTACT: Sue Helondovitch, Strategy+Style Marketing Group, Phone: 973-588-3979 / Email: [email protected]

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