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Zoots Teams with Portsmouth Volunteers for the Homeless

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Pictured left to right: Steve Wilson, PVH case manager; Jeanne Livesay, member of PVH Board of Directors; Roxanne Flamer, PVH executive director; John Rowe, PVH board president; David Hay, Zoots regional manager; Gerald Rogers, Zoots plant manager; and Debbie MacMinn, Zoots office manager.

BROCKTON, Mass. — Zoots Corp., a division of US Dry Cleaning Services Corp., is giving abandoned garments to Portsmouth Volunteers for the Homeless (PVH), an organization that has been serving the homeless in Portsmouth, Va., since 1991.

The purpose of the donation is to give individuals the opportunity to wear appropriate clothing on job interviews. In addition, David Hay, Zoots regional manager, will offer training in proper interview techniques to those wanting such assistance.

“The plan is to help even one person to get back on their feet, and then they can pay it forward to the next person,” says Hay.

Some of the Zoots staff will also get involved by serving meals at many of the more than 50 local churches and associations that help to support the PVH.

For more information on PVH, visit www.portsmouthhomeless.org.

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