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Karen and Bob Dierkes: Moxie also means generous

We heard about a Harvey Hurricane relief effort by the Thorncreek Church in Thornton on the Front Range using American Furniture Warehouse's semi trailers to transport furniture donations to Texas.

We thought it would be great to load up our horse trailer with a load from our area and drop it off. However, we only had two days to round up the donations.

Thanks to one phone call to Moxie Home Consignment & Design we were able to receive an incredible large donation from them of used and new furniture still in boxes that helped us nearly fill our trailer.

We also want to thank our neighbors for their donations that topped off our load and a huge thanks to our friends who helped us load our trailer.

We want to report that we had a safe and beautiful trip. When we arrived at the entrance, we were a little nervous because they were reporting that they had one trailer full and were nearly full on the second trailer and being very selective.

However, after we approached the AFW trailers, the volunteers from the church were surprised to see our high volume and high quality load. They were incredibly excited and had smiles for everyone.

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They asked us to send our thanks to the beautiful people of Routt County. Again, a special thanks to Moxie and their crew – we couldn't have done this without you.

Karen and Bob Dierkes

South Routt

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