BERLIN, Conn. -- Premier Limousine, a Berlin-based luxury transportation service provider, is teaming with Houston Astros outfielder and New Britain native, George Springer, local baseball team the New Britain Bees and Siracusa Moving & Storage to collect item donations that will be distributed to shelters in Houston and the surrounding areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Springer video here
From Sept. 5-7, Premier will be collecting donated items at its headquarters on 76 Fuller St. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Sept. 8, the company will also join the New Britain Bees and Siracusa Moving & Storage at New Britain Stadium to collect donated items for a ‘Pack the Truck’ event at 1 p.m.
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About Premier Limousine: For over 30 years, Premier Limousine has provided luxury transportation services in Connecticut and surrounding areas. The company has established a distinguished client list of Fortune 100 companies in Connecticut. Globally, Premier Limousine offers transportation services in more than 500 locations and services more than 700 airports. Information: PremierLimo.net.
About the New Britain Bees: The New Britain Bees are members of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, laying all home games at New Britain Stadium. Ticket information: (860) 826-BEES (2337); NBBees.com.
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