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Did you know that Winston-Salem North Carolina is one of the most affluent cities in the United States? Winston-Salem is a prominent municipality in the Piedmont Triad region and is home to some of the tallest office buildings in the region, the Wachovia Center. It is often referred to as the “Twin City” for its dual heritage, although “Camel City” is another popular nickname, referring to the city’s prominent tobacco industry (after Camel cigarettes). Winston-Salem is the home of Wake Forest University, a nationally distinguished private university, recently named the best law school in the southeast.
Another fun fact: In 1937 Krispy Kreme opened its first doughnut shop in Winston-Salem, in a rented building on South Main Street. The shop sold directly to customers in the historic district. And no, this isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t the Salem that had witch hunts.
Residents of Winston-Salem can free up their time to participate in the many cultural, shopping, or recreational activities offered in their city, by letting the Vehicle Donation Processing Center sell their unwanted vehicles for them. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center handles the business of donating your vehicle, and gets the proceeds to a worthy non-profit of your choice. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a fast and easy way to turn unwanted property into an asset for a worthy cause.
Perhaps you live in Winston-SalemÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Aycock neighborhood, featuring large Queen Anne residences of the turn-of-the-twentieth century, or in prestigious Irving Park, developed in 1911 around the golf course of the Winston-Salem Country Club. Wherever you live in Winston-Salem, the Vehicle Donation Processing Center offers free pick up of your car, truck, or other vehicle. All you need to do is call our toll-free number to talk to an operator, or you can fill out the online donation form.
With car donation you help a good cause and get a tax deduction as well. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center manages all of the details for you. Why not call or go online right now to begin the process?