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November 2, 2012

Pedrotti Ace Hardware, a dealer in Benicia, Calif., has launched a matching-funds campaign for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. His goal: $20,000.

Cashiers at the store are asking patrons if they’d be willing to donate to the Red Cross Hurricane Sandy fund. Store owner Gene Pedrotti has pledged to match the first $10,000 donated by customers.

“We’re really good at impulse selling,” Pedrotti told HCN. “This is impulse giving.” 

November 2, 2012

Islandia, N.Y.-based Sherwood Lumber, an LBM distributor, says it is living up to its corporate motto, which reads: “We’ll Be There.”

In response to the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy’s path through the Northeast, the company said it will give $10,000 on behalf of its customers and employees to The Red Cross, Long Island Harvest and Habitat for Humanity.

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