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Mon July 9, 2012
Donate Your Records to the SIRIS Classic Vinyl & Media Sale
For Immediate Release
Contact: Vickie Devenport, SIRIS Director and WSIU Outreach Coordinator, (618) 453-6148, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carbondale, Ill. – Cleaning out your closets, attic, or garage this summer? Get rid of your old media while giving someone else a helping hand. Donate your albums, CDs, DVDs, eight-track tapes, cassettes, VHS tapes, electronic games, and working stereo equipment to the 5th Annual SIRIS Classic Vinyl & Media Sale, which will benefit the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS), a service of WSIU Public Radio and Southern Illinois University.
WSIU, in partnership with the University Mall in Carbondale, will host this year's sale on Saturday, September 8 from 10am to 9pm andSunday, September 9 fromnoon to 6pm at the University Mall.
Music donations of rock, country western, jazz, and blues would be most welcome, as these genres are very popular. All music and equipment donations must be in good condition and will be accepted now through Friday, August 24 at the following locations:
• University Mall Guest Services, 1237 East Main, Carbondale
• SIU Credit Union, 1217 West Main & 395 North Giant City Road, Carbondale
• SIU Credit Union, 300 S. Pershing, Energy
• SIU Credit Union, 2809 Outer Drive, Marion
• Holz Tool Supply, 819 Broadway , Mt. Vernon
• Du Quoin Public Library, 28 S. Washington, Du Quoin
• Wright Do-It Center, 208 South Williams, Murphysboro
Receipts for tax purposes for donations are available by request. All sale proceeds will benefit SIRIS, a radio information service for individuals who are blind or whose physical condition makes reading difficult or impossible. Broadcasts include regional and national newspapers, magazines, and books. SIRIS is supported in part by the United Way.
Questions should be directed to Vickie Devenport at (618) 453-6148, email@example.com or by calling SIRIS at (618) 453-2808 between 1pm to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
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