It was a clothing sale to benefit helping hands and medical education at one hospital in the east.
The auxiliary program at Craven Regional Medical Center held the first of two clothing sales this year.
Hospital employees and the general public bought scrubs, coats and shoes over the past two days.
Money raised goes to support furthering the education of current employees and high school students interested in the medical field.
Also benefiting is the hospital's auxiliary program. It's made up of more than 400 volunteers.
The auxiliary program just purchased an additional ambulance for the hospital.
All of the money was from fundraisers.