Raleigh, NC, November 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- GMW Carolina, Inc that locally owns and operates the area Dickey’s Barbecue Pit locations in Cary, Durham, and now Raleigh, has selected the Raleigh Rescue Mission as their community partner.
Maureen Woloszczuk, Vice-President GMW Carolina said “It is the time of the year when everyone is in a hurry for the holidays and many times it is easy to forget about folks that are experiencing hard times” her partner, Gregory Woloszczuk stated “As being part of any community we believe it is important to give back and we are very proud to be able to work with the Raleigh Rescue Mission to help them in their efforts to help those suffering from homelessness and poverty”.
The Raleigh Rescue Mission is in need of canned goods, blankets, and cash is accepted. The donations may be made on December 1, 2010 at Dickey’s 170 East Davie Street, Raleigh in the Progress Energy building between City Market and Fayetteville Street between 10am – 3pm. Donations are also accepted year round and additional information can be found on raleighrescue.org.
About GMW Carolina, Inc
The Woloszczuk’s company, GMW Carolina, Inc, is also Area Developer for North Carolina, working with Dickey’s Barbecue parent company to bring as many Dickey’s to North Carolina as it will hold.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is also located at 200 Crossroads Blvd, Cary and 5318 New Hope Commons Drive, Durham. Both locations are locally owned and operated by GMW Carolina, Inc.. For more information on Dickey’s and GMW Carolina, Inc. contact Maureen Woloszczuk at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.dickeys.com.
The first Dickey’s Barbecue opened in 1941 in Dallas, TX. The original location is still open for business and Dickey’s Barbecue is still owned and operated by the Dickey Family. Dickey’s only began franchising in 1994, Dickey’s is opening its doors coast to coast with 134 locations now open in 32 states, and 18 more set to open before the end of 2010. Even today, Dickey’s still slow smokes all of their signature meats overnight in every restaurant.
Source: Dickey’s Barbecue (www.dickeys.com)
About the Raleigh Rescue Mission (RRM)
The Raleigh Rescue Mission located on 314 East Harget Street, Raleigh. The RRM provides a variety of services to the poor and homeless in the Greater Raleigh Area including recovery and rehabilitation services, emergency overnight services, medical respite services and mental health stabilization services, nourishing meals, Christian counseling, educational, vocational and life skill classes. To learn more about their services and how you can help, please visit www.raleighrescue.org