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Kamin Furniture Donates Mattresses To Harvey Victims

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VICTORIA--Kamin Furniture continues to support not just Victoria, but other key areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey. As part of Kamin Furniture’s on going Hurricane Harvey relief effort, they, with help from Serta Dormae, donated another delivery truck filled with mattresses to the American Red Cross in Refugio last week.
The American Red Cross distributes these mattresses with help from other disaster relief organizations such as the Society of St. Vincent de
Paul.
The mattresses were delivered to the Refugio area on Tuesday, November 14th and more donations will be heading to the Rockport area this month.
For those in need, please get in touch with the American Red Cross and they will be able to help. If you are also in need of disaster case management, contact the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at 979-616-9380.
“We at Kamin Furniture, along with Serta Dormae, are really blessed that we can come to the aid to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. These people deserve a good night’s sleep after all they have been through and we are thankful that we can give that to them in a form of a comfortable, dry mattress. Giving back to the community is something the Kamin Family believes in deeply,” said Bentley
Kamin, Vice President of Kamin Furniture.

About Kamin Furniture:

The Kamin Family started a tradition of fine home and office furnishings when Morris and Carolyn Kamin opened their doors in downtown Victoria in 1950. The company was founded with the mission of providing the highest quality furnishings and the very best customer service.
In 2008, Kamin Furniture moved to a new location to accommodate the fast growing city of Victoria and is located at 5909 N.E. Zac Lentz Pkwy on Loop 463 in Victoria. The commitment of giving back to the community is one of the bedrocks that the company was founded on and still practices today.
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