Monday, 18 July 2016 21:14

Greensboro Auto Shop Collects Donations For West Va. Flood Victims

Greensboro Auto Shop Collects Donations For West Va. Flood Victims
Nunley's Auto Shop in Greensboro is collecting donations to send to West Virginia flood victims. (Photo: WFMY)


A Greensboro auto shop owner is doing something to help flood victims in West Virginia.

John Nunley, owner of Nunley Frame and Body, plans to fill a tractor trailer with relief supplies to send to West Virginia.

Nunley says the auto shop is collecting the following items: work boots, blankets, mops, buckets, brooms, cleaning supplies, bleach, personal hygiene products, rubber gloves, baby formula, diapers and wipes, industrial size trash bags, toilet paper, paper towels, deodorant, bath towels, wash cloths, and undergarments for men, women, and children.

Nunley Frame and Body is located at 2215 S. Elm Eugene Street in Greensboro if you would like to drop off a donation.

We would like to thank WFMY News for reprint permission.

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