Welcome Home Brands to Donate Percentage of Atlanta Sales to Food Bank

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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Welcome Home Brands will donate 2 percent of sales written at next week's Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market to Three Square Food Bank. 


"Three Square is an outstanding charity that feeds the hungry. Sam and I are committed to sharing our success by giving back to the community," said Richard Aslanian, co-founder and co-CEO, with Sam Sheppard, of Welcome Home Brands.


From polka dots and stripes to a beautiful blossom pattern, Welcome Home Brands will present exciting new colors and designs of its oven-safe Paper Bakeware line at the upcoming show, which make it easy to bake, serve, store and give baked goods in one unit. The company will also showcase colorful new quality artisan-crafted berry bowl designs.


Three Square currently provides more than 22 million pounds of food and grocery product - the equivalent of nearly 16 million meals - per year to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, after-school programs and senior citizens. Contributions directly support their hunger relief programs throughout Southern Nevada. 


Welcome Home Brands' full collection will be showcased at AmericasMart in the Link Lifestyle Showroom in Building 2, Suite 1417. The show takes place there Jan. 11 - 18.



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