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Local Clothing Store Holds Coat Drive

EUGENE, Ore. — As temperatures continue to drop, a local business is working to help folks stay warm.

The Buffalo Exchange is a consignment store on 5th Avenue in downtown Eugene.

Buying and selling second-hand goods is its business, but this winter the shop is on a mission to help out its local community by collecting coats and blankets for the Egan Warming Center.

“Donating to charities in general is a lot of our company culture, and working with our local community is extremely important because we’re supported by them and we want to support them back,” said Priscilla White, Buffalo Exchange Manager.

Folks can help by dropping off any donations to the store. The drive will go on until Jan. 13.

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