Home Depot provides shelter during snowstorm in Atlanta

January 29, 2014 Allison Carpio

Our thoughts go out to all those enduring the harsh weather of the snowstorm in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Last night, Taulia customer Home Depot, provided stranded adults and children shelter from the snowstorm. Home Depot opened up their store break rooms to play movies, and the garden department for solo reading areas. They offered warmth, pillows, blankets, food and water as relief. During this difficult time, every bit of hydration and community building counts!

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If you’re in need of shelter, the following Home Depot throughout Atlanta will remain open throughout the night for travelers and residents:

106 Kennesaw
111 Merchants Walk
115 Tilly Mill
116 Woodstock
116 Decatur
121 Cumberland
130 Cascade
154 Sandy Springs
156 Acworth
805 Pelham
809 Sylacouga
818 Pell City
875 Inverness
877 Tuscaloosa
880 Eastwood
881 Hoover
882 Fairfield
887 Trussville
1755 Roswell
1749 Austell
1763 Sandy Plains
6940 Powder Springs
6941 Lithia
6942 Cedar Town
6943 Sixes Rd
6986 Buckhead

Stay warm and keep close to your loved ones!

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