Blackstone Audio Warehouse Sale benefitting the Ashland Emergency Food Bank

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Blackstone Audio Warehouse Sale benefitting the Ashland Emergency Food Bank

Time: September 7, 2013 from 10am to 4pm
Location: Blackstone Audio
Street: 31 Mistletoe Road
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541-261-8777
Event Type: fundraiser, audiobook sale
Organized By: Rick Bleiweiss
Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2013

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Thousands of new major audio books will be sold for $3.50-$7.00. Half the proceeds will go to the Ashland Emergency Food Bank. Additional parking at Shop N Kart dirt lot at the corner of Tolman Creek Road and Ashland Street with shuttles going back and forth starting at 9:30AM.

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