Denver, CO (Vocus) December 7, 2010
Many Coloradoans will not have the warm clothing needed to face our cold Colorado winters. Big O Tires and Arc Thrift Stores have teamed up to help those in need of warm winter clothing with their 5th annual Treads For Threads clothing drive. Now through January 16th, 2011, people can drop off clothing at any of the 34 Big O Tires Front Range locations between Loveland and Parker and from Evergreen to Aurora. Items needed include: coats, hats, mittens, socks, sweaters and pants for men, women and children. Nobody should have to endure being cold. Big O Tires wants to help unite our communities by assisting Coloradoans in need. Please drop off unwanted clothing at your nearest Big O Tires store, Matt Story, Big O Tires.
Big O Tires and Arc Thrift Stores will hand out all of the clothing items on Monday January 17th, 2011 through the Volunteers of America Martin Luther King Day Celebration. I have seen the thankful smile on a mothers face when she puts a warm coat on her child. Help us put more smiles on Coloradoans faces this winter, Kathy McAdoo, Arc Thrift Stores.
Since its inception, Treads for Threads has provided over 35,000 pounds of donated clothing for Colorados less fortunate and homeless. To find a Big O Tires location near you, visit http://www.TreadsforThreads.com
Big O Tires consists of 34 locally owned and operated stores across the Colorado Front Range. Every store is dedicated to providing the highest quality products available in combination with fast, friendly service. Big O Tires offers, not only major and Big O brand tires, but also provides a wide array of automobile services including brakes, alignments, shocks and struts, and, in most cases, oil and lube changes. The Front Range Big O Tires stores are your total car care specialists. http://www.golittleo.com and http://www.bigotiresoffers.com
Arc Thrift Stores http://www.arcthrift.org operates 19 thrift stores throughout Colorado and provides funding to arc Chapters, which in turn provide advocacy for people with developmental disabilities. Arc Thrift Stores is one of the largest employers of individuals with developmental disabilities in the state of Colorado.
Media Contact: Lori Jones
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