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East Texas merchants hosting 'Hallsville Loves' event in memory of 3 Boy Scouts

(Source: Shivers Natural Snow on Facebook) (Source: Shivers Natural Snow on Facebook)
HALLSVILLE, TX (KLTV) -

In response to the loss of three Hallsville boys who were electrocuted while sailing on a catamaran during a Boy Scout trip last weekend, a group of businesses in their town is joining together to offer support to the boys' families.

Shivers Natural Snow, a shaved ice business, proposed the idea. They said the unimaginable tragedy of the loss of the three boys, who they say dedicated much of their time, energy and passion to serve the Hallsville community, left them wondering how they could give back. They reached out to other businesses with the idea of having a day for merchants all over town to host a "Hallsville Loves" day. 

On Saturday, the community of Hallsville will "shower the Brannon, Faucheux and Larry families with emotional and financial support." They say many Hallsville businesses will be donating a portion of Saturday's sales to a fund at Guaranty Bank and Trust in the names of Will, Heath and Thomas.

They have asked the community to wear purple on Saturday to show that "Hallsville Loves Will, Heath and Thomas."

The following businesses are set to participate, and they note that others may join by the time the event takes place:


Bush's Chicken - Hallsville, TX - 10% of all Saturday sales
Bush's Chicken - Bullard, TX - 10% of all Saturday sales
Bush's Chicken - Chandler, TX - 10% of all Saturday sales
Bush's Chicken - Mineola - 10% of all Saturday sales
Bush's Chicken- Van - 10% of all Saturday sales
Pool's Chevron - 10% of all Saturday sales 7 AM to 1 PM
Chill'um - Grill & More - Both locations - 25% of all Saturday sales
Chugg's Tea & Water Co. - 15% of all Saturday sales + tips
Community Life Church - 10% of sales at garage sale
El Sombrero Longview #1 - All locations on Thursday, August 10th. All day $50 family meal. Your choice of 2 dozen enchiladas, tacos or burritos with rice, beans and chips. 100% of proceeds go towards Boy Scout families. To-Go only. Excel ER will match 100% of El Sombrero donations. 
Main Street Coffee House - 20% of all Saturday sales
Hallsville Sonic Drive In - 15% of all Saturday sales
Shivers Natural Snow - 100% of all Saturday sales
Whataburger Hallsville - 30% of Saturday sales between 11 am to 4 pm
Wright On Taco Shop - 25% of all Saturday sales
Subway Hallsville - 10% of all Saturday sales
Tina Lynn is donating all proceeds from shirt sales to the Troop 620 https://www.etsy.com/…/53…/find-adventure-t-shirt-troop-620…
Christy Campise Scentsy - 100% of all sales in August *Christy Campise Scentsy - 100% Of Sales In August
https://christycampise.Scentsy.us/party/8086295
Mary Kay Consultant Michelle Bolton -- Donating 100% off all sales August 9th-13th Order at www.marykay.com/mybolton
Lollipops & Lace Photography, LLC will be at the park taking pictures from 12 pm to 4 pm and will also have free face painting as well with their company Bombshells and Gents.
Additional donors!
Beard Joy Beard Oil, Little Scholar's Preschool, Sign Gypsies-Piney Woods Longview, Marshall, Longview & Hallsville Neighbors - Best Version Media

Business owners who would like to participate in the event are asked to contact Gabby Andreottola or Rachael Reeves

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