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BigSteelBox unit sends a message

BigSteelBox, the Kelowna moving and storage company, has placed a 20-foot trailer complete with bright red bows at Willow Park Shopping Centre.

The donation of the trailer is to help call attention to the Salvation Army Christmas Campaign in Kelowna.

The gigantic Christmas present will be used to collect donations for the Salvation Army.

Visitors to Willow Park are encouraged to bring down gifts of clothing, non-perishable food, toys and gift certificates.

The Salvation Army will be at the giant Christmas BigSteelBox on Saturday, Dec. 15, between 1 and 5 p.m.. to collect gifts for people in need at this time of year.

BigSteelBoxes are six- to 53-foot containers made of eight-gauge, ISO certified, ship worthy steel.

They are used for storage and moving, but can be modified for virtually any custom specifications, including offices, housing, restaurants, guard shacks, mobile labs and radio station remote broadcasting centres.

BigSteelBox has 18 full service locations across British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, and two in Washington State.

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