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Albany business raising funds for liver transplant

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany retail store Southern Elegance is raising money for Wendy Holloman.

Holloman the mother of one of the store's employees who will undergo a liver transplant. 10 percent of sales each Wednesday will go to her cause through July.

"Transportation costs, hotel costs if they have to stay there, she has to end up staying there 8 weeks after the transplant," said story manager Laura Culpepper. "That's going to help her with those expenses."

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