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Sullivan Tire Collects Socks for the Homeless

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Sullivan Tire's Laurie Fadden and Paul Sullivan show off some of the early donations for the company's sock drive to help the homeless in New England.

Sullivan Tire Co. Inc. is conducting a sock drive at all of its retail, commercial and wholesale locations in New England to serve the homeless.

The tire dealership hopes to collect 300,000 pairs of new socks to donate to homeless shelters that serve the communities where Sullivan Tire operates.

The company will collect socks through May 1, and donations can be dropped off at any Sullivan Tire location. New socks of all sizes are needed — from infant to adult sizes. The company says new socks are among the items most requested by individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

“Since our founding in 1955, Sullivan Tire has made a commitment to giving back to the less fortunate in the communities we serve and beyond. In this, our 67th year of business, we are thrilled to continue these efforts with this sock drive initiative,” says Sullivan Tire and Auto Service Vice President of Marketing Paul Sullivan.

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