Handicapped mobility

  • Monday, January 14, 2013

Dear Editor,

Both of us are unable to walk into a store and shop without a scooter available. No lungs left due to old age and cigarettes, so we spend our money where scooters are available. Stores with scooters that we know about are Ladson Kmart, Walmart, Home Depot and Lowes. I would like to say that Summervilleís Home Depot has a very, very nice bunch working in the store and they are #1 on our list.
Those who donít have them donít get to process my plastic. Sears is on that list, along with HH Gregg and others, including Goodwill.
From what I hear on TV and read in Charlestonís newspaper, all of you want more business but most arenít willing to provide a means for me to help you out.

Bill White
Cantering Hills Lane


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