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The Power Garage Supporting United Way Oxford at Grand Opening


United Way Oxford's fundraising draw will be a part of The Power Garage's new store opening on September 14th. This year will see five items being auctioned off with a total value of $9,000.

WOODSTOCK - The Power Garage in Woodstock is having a grand opening of their new store on September 14th.

The store will be having a fundraising draw in support of United Way Oxford.

Resource Development Coordinator, Chelsea Post says it will go towards their general campaign.

"These are big ticket items, five items and the grand prize is actually an outboard motor. So very, very awesome prizes to be won, $20.00 a ticket. You don't want to miss out on this."

The prizes being auctioned off will have a total value of $9,000.00. 

Post says the kickoff to their campaign will also be in September where they'll reveal more details on their goal.

The Power Garage has been a sponsor of past events for United Way, including Toys For Big Boys.

She says the Power Garage has been phenomenal in terms of their community support for United Way's events.

"They did open their new shop, so they're really excited about that. And they're going to be holding a raffle that is going to benefit United Way Oxford."

Tickets can be picked up at the United Way Oxford office or at the Power Garage's new location on 99 Montclair Drive.

The event goes from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

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