MD Chem-Dry raises money for cancer organization

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SALISBURY, MD — Chem-Dry on the Shore has created an ongoing fundraising effort to raise money for the Maryland breast cancer organization Women Supporting Women, according to a press release.

Vance Morris, Chem-Dry on the Shore’s owner, has participated in the nationwide Chem-Dry campaign for the National Breast Cancer Foundation since 2011 and decided to contribute locally, as well.

Morris’s company will donate one dollar for every can of spot remover it sells clients in an effort to raise awareness and support of breast cancer and Women Supporting Women, which exclusively aids those on the Eastern Shore.

For the original release, please click here.

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