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A number of Zaxby's restaurants in the Lowcountry are doing their part to raise money for Debi's Kids and the Salvation Army Angel Tree.

Beginning Dec. 12 and continuing through Dec. 16, five different Zaxby's will be asking their customers if they would like to donate $1 for Debi's Kids.

This Saturday, all nine locations throughout the Lowcountry will have a "Spirit Night" to support Debi's Kids.  Between the hours of 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Debi's Kids will receive 10% of all proceeds.

Next Tuesday, Zaxby's employees will take to the stores to make their purchases, which will then be delivered to Debi at the Charleston Area Convention Center.

The following locations will be accepting $1 donations through the end of the week:

  • Summerville - 320 Azalea Square Boulevard
  • Moncks Corner - 507 North Highway 52
  • James Island - 1018 Folly Road
  • West Ashley - 1908 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard
  • North Charleston - 6924 Rivers Avenue
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