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Bermuda Limousine Int'l Launches “Make-A-Wish” Campaign

Posted on October 22, 2013

NEW YORK CITY — Bermuda Limousine International recently announced its Make-A-Wish campaign geared towards raising funds to grant wishes of children faced with life-threating medical conditions.

The Make-A-Wish campaign will be promoted to clients through various outlets including the Bermuda Limousine International website, social media, New York City events, and in all of Bermuda Limousine’s luxury vehicles.

Bermuda Limousine has agreed to donate 10% of sales to customers who mention Make-A-Wish and this campaign to Make-A-Wish Metro New York.

Make-A-Wish Metro New York grants the wishes of about 500 children per year who are diagnosed with life-threatening medical conditions. “We believe that a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us in everything we do. It inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve,” said Jay Patrick, vice president of development at Make-A-Wish Metro New York and Western New York. “We are grateful for the ongoing support that Bermuda Limousine International provides for our cause and look forward to spreading the word on this campaign.”

For over 15 years, Bermuda Limousine has been a supporter of Make-A-Wish by helping them create magical and memorable travel experiences for wish recipients to and from the airport, on shopping sprees, and to meet and greets with celebrities. “Over the years, we have been steadily increasing our efforts to assist Make-A-Wish in their wish granting. We feel this campaign can certainly impact the number of wishes they grant every year,” said Peter Verdi, President of Bermuda Limousine.

Source: Bermuda Limousine International, Inc.

Related Topics: charity, donations, Make-a-Wish, New York operators

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