SPCA Wake “Mega Yard Sale” This Weekend

Source: SPCA of Wake County, Raleigh NC.
Source: SPCA of Wake County, Raleigh NC.

Yard Salers save money, SPCA saves lives — win-win

Released by Mondy Lamb, SPCA Director of Development

Who doesn’t love a good deal? Especially one that will save animals!

All are invited to a Mega-Yard Sale this Friday and Saturday, February 26-27, 2016.

SPCA Wake’s friends at Movin’ On Movers have amassed a warehouse full of great items – all offered at significant savings and all to benefit the homeless pets at the SPCA of Wake County.

The Mega-Yard Sale is being held at Movin’ On Movers, 2425 Reliance Avenue, Apex NC — just off of US-1 South.  This in an indoor yard sale, held in the spacious, heated warehouse of Movin’ On Movers.

This Mega-Yard Sale features household goods and appliances, tools, office furnishings and lots more. At last year’s Mega-Yard Sale, Movin’ On Movers raised over $10,000 to help save homeless pets.

The sale hours on Friday, February 26, are 8am-4pm.  On Saturday, February 27, the sale hours are 8am-4pm. Early birds are requested to not be early, and come after 8am.  Purchases may be made with cash or credit card (only).

If you like bargains — or if you like animals — or if you like bargains that help animals, then don’t miss this special event!  SPCA Wake is thankful to Movin’ On Movers!

The SPCA of Wake County is a no-kill shelter, located at 200 Petfinder Lane, in Raleigh NC.  SPCA stands for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a worldwide organization founded in England in the 1800s. The SPCA of Wake County built its first Garner NC holding center in 1971, expanding into two other facilities over the years. Their most recent addition was the spay/neuter clinic built in 2009. According to their website:

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County is dedicated to creating a more humane community where every adoptable animal has a home. Each year the SPCA rehomes over 3,300 animals through its innovative adoption programs.

To find out more about their work, visit spcawake.org or call 919.772.2326.

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