GENERATOR SALES Out Of State Sellers Bring In Generators
Reported by: Elizabeth Norieka
Web Producer: Elizabeth Norieka
Reported: Jul. 4, 2012 8:33 PM EDT
Eyewitness News Photo
, Kanawha County
, West Virginia
A hardware store from North Carolina is helping out during the statewide outage.
They are selling generators out of a Kanawha City parking lot.
The men work for Discount Builders Home Center out of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina.
They brought a box truck full of five-thousand watt generators. They say they heard about the need for generators in the state and loaded up and headed out to help.
They've sold about 30 for 650 dollars a piece. After staying in West Virginia for two days, the men headed back home.
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