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Columbia flood cleanup efforts and rag donation

Williamston based business, Phoenix of Anderson, donated 18 bales of cotton rags to the flood cleanup efforts in Columbia, SC. Each bales weighs between 700 to 800 pounds and has a value up to $120 each. “We are honored to be able to make a donation to help in some way with the flood cleanup ... Read More

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When Herbert Cohen moved to Anderson, South Carolina he started working with a few local textile mills picking up their textile remnants, overruns and the cutting plant’s waste. He had several employees by this time. They started segregating the waste by color and fiber and sold them to a local garnetter. Herbert had a few ... Read More

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Phoenix of Anderson is owned and operated by three brothers: Eric Cohen, Greg Cohen, and Kevin Cohen. The Cohen family has been in some form of the textile industry for four generations. Starting in the early 1900’s, the grandfather of the Cohen brothers came from Russia and peddled fabrics to companies in New York. He ... Read More

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