People on WSIU Radio
Tue July 30, 2013
Local Fundraiser Seeks Donated Albums, Stereo Equipment
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Contact: Robby Ballard, SIRIS Vinyl Sale Coordinator, (618) 453-4355, firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Music Sale Seeks Donated Albums, Stereo Equipment
Donations Accepted Through Friday, August 16
Carbondale, Ill. -- Wanted -- your unused record albums, CDs, DVDs, cassettes, VHS tapes, eight-track tapes, electronic games, audio books, and working stereo equipment!
WSIU Public Radio and the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS) are seeking these items and more for the 6th Annual SIRIS Classic Vinyl & Media Sale, coming to the University Mall in Carbondale on Saturday, September 7 from 10am to 9pm and Sunday, September 8 from noon to 6pm.
Gently used stereo equipment and music donations of rock, jazz, blues, and country western are especially welcome. All donations must be in good, working condition and will be accepted now through Friday, August 16 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 South Pershing, Energy
* SIU Credit Union, 540 North Commercial, Harrisburg
* SIU Credit Union, 2809 Outer Drive, Marion
* SIU Credit Union, 704 East 5th St., Metropolis
* Wright Do-It Center, 208 South Williams, Murphysboro
Proceeds will benefit the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS), a special service of WSIU Public Radio and SIU Carbondale 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 of Southern Illinois.
Questions about the sale should be directed to Robby Ballard at (618) 453-4355 weekdays between 9am-5pm or via email to email@example.com.
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