Quincy, MA (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
Work ‘N Gear corporate office announced today that starting November 1, 2013, all Work ‘N Gear locations as well as its ecommerce web site, will be hosting a Coat Trade Program to help those in need stay warm this winter. Work ‘N Gear’s CEO, Anthony DiPaolo, has stressed the importance of giving back to the community as part of Work ‘N Gear’s core principals and has fostered partnering with local charities for this program.
Work ‘N Gear expects the Coat Trade program to generate much needed help for people most vulnerable to both the economic downturn and the oncoming colder weather.
How the Program Works:
Bring a gently used warm winter coat to any Work ‘N Gear retail location and trade it for a $10 off coupon to use throughout the store. Your coat will then be collected and donated to one of 40 charity’s that deal directly with the needy at the local community level. This program can also be accessed on line at http://www.workngear.com if a store is not convenient.
All online donations will go to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans.
About Work ‘N Gear:
Work 'N Gear is the largest retail chain in the United States specializing in work wear apparel and footwear with the widest selection designed for use in service, industrial and healthcare environments. Work 'N Gear operates more than 40 retail stores throughout the Northeast and Midwest, as well and both http://www.workngear.com and http://www.scrubology.com websites.
To learn more about this program, please contact:
Robert G. Cuoco
Director of Marketing & Creative Services
2300 Crown Colony Dr, Suite 300
Quincy, MA, 02169