Honda of South Carolina Donating $100,000 for Flood Relief
In response to the record floods that have devastated much of the state, today Honda of South Carolina Manufacturing, Inc. announced that it will be donating a total of $100,000 in humanitarian aid to support relief efforts in South Carolina areas affected by the flooding and storm damage.
The money will be divided among three organizations providing support to the hardest hit communities in the state’s northeastern Pee Dee region, with $50,000 going to the American Red Cross of Pee Dee, $25,000 going to Harvest Hope of the Pee Dee food bank, and the remaining $25,000 going to Eastern Carolina Community Foundation.
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Additionally, Honda Financial Services is working closely with individual customers in affected areas to grant extensions and waive late fees, if asked.
“Honda and our associates want to help provide support for the many individuals and families, and our neighbors, who have been devastated by these historic floods,” said Honda of South Carolina president Brian Newman. “We believe it’s imperative for Honda to support our community in a time of need.”
Honda South Carolina has been producing all-terrain vehicles in Florence County since 1998. Though HSC began with a 200,000-square-foot ATV manufacturing plant and workforce of 200 associates, it has since swelled to 1,000 employees and a 655,480 square-feet facility, and also produces engines and different types of powersports products.
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