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Office Depot opens its doors

August 24, 2006

Valdosta - A major south Georgia retail center continues to grow.  And a new store there is helping the community.

Office Depot opened today as part of a huge expansion project at the Valdosta Colonial Mall.

As a welcoming gift to the area, Office Depot presented $1,500.00 to local charities.  "We like to get to our charities because they're helping the community and helping make it a better place to be and helping those we may not be able to help on an individual basis so they are reaching a group of people we may not be able to," said Office Depot's Store Manager, Mary Treloar.

$500.00 was presented to the Haven Battered Women's shelter, America's Second Harvest of South Georgia, and the Children's Advocacy Center of Lowndes County.

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