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Twin-Star International Donates to The American Cancer Society Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge

Delray Beach, FL – Twin-Star International, a leading manufacturer of electric fireplaces and other functional furniture for the home, has donated an electric fireplace to The American Cancer Society Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge –a free housing facility for out-of-town adult cancer patients going through daily, active treatments at area hospitals. For the donation, Twin-Star International donated a Sterling infrared electric fireplace media mantel to their Gainseville Hope Lodge. “We can’t express our appreciation for your support,” said Nancy Dohn, Hope Lodge Director Florida Division. “The fireplace arrived safe and sound and is up and warming the room! Everyone loves it. I can’t begin to thank you.”

About Twin-Star International

Twin-Star International is a leading manufacturer of electric fireplaces, bathroom furniture, media consoles, wine cabinets, heaters, infrared heaters and stoves within the brands of ClassicFlame, Chimney Free, Tresanti, Black & Decker, Duraflame and Luxe Bath Works. Twin-Star’s world headquarters is located in Delray Beach, Florida.

About The American Cancer Society Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge

Since 1986, the American Cancer Society’s Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge has combined a home-like atmosphere with easy access to Gainesville medical centers for cancer patients who have traveled from out of town for treatment. All accommodations and services of the American Cancer Society and Hope Lodge are free of charge to patients and caregivers. This service is made possible by private donations to the American Cancer Society, the generosity of the Winn-Dixie Foundation and its employees and the University of Florida, which donated the property. To find out more about the Gainseville Hope Lodge visit If you would like more information on this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Twin-Star International’s Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Brian Brigham, at 561.665.8093 or e-mail [email protected] ]]>