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GreenDrop donation center opens in Bristow

Courtesy of GreenDrop (from left to right): Tom Payne (Ambassador and Chamber Member, Prince William County); Donna Flory (Board Member, American Red Cross); Greg Watson ( GreenDrop Team Member); AP Phan (representative on behalf of Senator Warner); Peter Dvoracak (Chamber Member, Prince William County); Oscar Ortiz (GreenDrop Team Member); Dave Lomberg (Director of Operations, GreenDrop); Michael Whitlock (Ambassador and Chamber Member, Prince William County); Luz Nieves (GreenDrop Team Member); Art Shaw (Volunteer, American Red Cross); Janine Carruthers(Community Relations Manager, GreenDrop); Amanda Trotter (Ambassador and Chamber Member, Prince William County).

GreenDrop celebrated the grand opening of its new donation center in the Braemar Village Plaza in Bristow. The company invited local community members to drop off gently used clothing and household items at its new donation center.

All donations will be converted into critical funds benefiting GreenDrop’s nonprofit partners, the American Red Cross, Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation, and the National Federation of the Blind.   

Attendants that worked with GreenDrop team members included Anh Phan, who represented Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.), representatives of GreenDrop’s nonprofit partners, and members of the Prince William County Chamber of Commerce, which included:

  • Margeaux Clark, Director of Operations, Prince William County Chamber Director of Operations
  • Denise Carey, Membership Navigator, Prince William County Chamber
  • Donna Flory, Board Member, American Red Cross
  • Art Shaw, Community Volunteer Leader, American Red Cross
  • Lamont Harrell, Marketing Manager, Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation
  • Aristides Rodriguez, Marketing Coordinator, Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation

The GreenDrop’s new donation center is located at Braemar Village Plaza at 12713 Braemar Village Plaza in Bristow.

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