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NLA Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund Still Seeking Donations

Posted on February 1, 2006 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

MARLTON, N.J. — All NLA members and other concerned parties are urged to donate to the NLA Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund, which has been established by the National Limousine Association, LCT Magazine and Limousine Digest to assist NLA member operators who have been affected by Hurricane Katrina. More than $35,000 in donations has been pledged and $15,100 in raffle tickets has been sold for the NLA Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund as of January 25.

All 2005 NLA members located in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi affected by the Hurricane Katrina disaster are eligible for monetary assistance from the Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund. The NLA board of directors also has waived 2006 membership dues for all affected current and new members (who join the NLA between now and December 31, 2006) located in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. Donation checks should be written to the NLA Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund and sent to the National Limousine Association, 49 South Maple Ave., Marlton, N.J. 08053.

Source: NLA

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