Outer Banks Olive Oil Company makes donation to N.E.S.T.
Published 12:21 pm Sunday, February 13, 2022
Outer Banks Olive Oil Company owner Laura Wayland recently presented a donation to John Cece, N.E.S.T. president.
“N.E.S.T. profoundly thanks the owners and employees of the Outer Banks Olive Oil Company for their truly incredible effort to raise money for N.E.S.T.,” stated a N.E.S.T. press release. “The amazing team designed a limited-edition sea turtle label for bottles of delicious olive oil and balsamic vinegar sold at their stores in Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, and Duck.”
Owners Laura and Phil Wayland then dedicated a portion of each sale to N.E.S.T.
“Their efforts are a prime example of what makes the Outer Banks such a special place – a locally-owned small business dedicating a portion of their profits to benefit the local community,” stated the release. “In this case, N.E.S.T. was the very lucky beneficiary.”
N.E.S.T. expressed thanks to the owners, employees and patrons of the Outer Banks Olive Oil Company, as sales of the limited edition sea turtle bottles resulted in a $5,100 donation to the organization.
“N.E.S.T. is proud to announce that the donation will help fund our nesting response efforts and our ongoing project sponsoring annual field trips for classes from Dare County’s elementary schools to the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center at the NC Aquarium at Roanoke Island in Manteo,” stated the release.