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Badcock Home Furniture &more donates generators and supplies in response to Hurricane Ian relief efforts

Wednesday, October 12, 2022
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Florida-based Badcock Home Furniture &more has quickly responded to Hurricane Ian recovery efforts, by providing generators and other supplies to victims and first responders in areas affected by the devasting storm.

Once the storm passed, Badcock store dealers in southwest Florida began to help with Hurricane Ian relief efforts. Local store owners Andrew Boyle, Gary Boyle and Rob Ball traveled to the hardest-hit areas to provide help, including filling trucks and driving an airboat with generators, water, fuel and other supplies.

“When our neighbors are in need, we feel it’s our responsibility as local businesses to provide help where we can,” says local Badcock Home Furniture &more store dealer, Andrew Boyle. “It’s imperative we give back to our community that gives us so much.”

Andrew, Gary and Rob navigated the Peace River helping people with flooded homes or without power, as well as first responders, in need of supplies. As their local Badcock stores in Arcadia, Cape Coral, Ft. Myers, Lehigh Acres, North Ft. Myers, Naples and Port Charlotte have reopened, the trio is committed to continuing their support efforts.

“We recognize our communities that we serve have a long road to recovery ahead,” says local Badcock Home Furniture &more store dealer, Gary Boyle. “When a disaster strikes, it’s people coming together that brings hope to survivors and helps rebuild the place we call home.”

The local furniture dealers have support from their colleagues and Badcock’s leadership team.

“I'm proud to see this group of dealers place their community ahead of themselves during this time and ask nothing in return,” says Badcock Home Furniture &more President and COO Mitchell Stiles. “At its most basic form, it's the right thing to do when tragedy such as this strikes and helps jumpstart the rebuilding process.”