Cash-n-Carry owner Kenny Grainger presented Robin E. Wingate, CEO of the American Red Cross, Savannah Chapter, with a $5,000 check on Monday. Cash-n-Carry owner Kenny Grainger raised the money from $1 door fees customers pay to enter the Savannah business’s salvage yard. The $5,000 donation will help fund the American Red Cross’s Haiti Relief program, which will help those affected by the Jan. 12 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
“Some things in life are more important than making a profit, and I’m gratified to be able to share a little bit of the success our customers and employees have made possible, with the hungry and hurting people of Haiti,” Grainger said.
Cash-n-Carry is a selfservice salvage yard that has been serving Savannah and the Low Country since 1985. The family-owned business sells premium auto parts at low prices.
The environmentally friendly and clean business recycles every part of every vehicle they receive by allowing customers to bring their toolbox and pull parts from over 1,500 cars, trucks, and SUV’s on the lot. Once a vehicle is stripped the remnants are then crushed and recycled.
Cash-n-Carry, located at 500 Staley Avenue in Savannah, is open 7 days a week for their customer’s convenience. To learn more about Cash-n-Carry go to iluvused. com/ or call 912-352- 0725.