Alpha Media Supports Flood Relief Efforts

KSAL StaffAugust 19, 2016

Alpha Media USA is supporting the American Red Cross in its relief efforts for victims of the Louisiana Floods. Alpha Media stations across the United States, including in Salina, Abilene, and Manhattan, are asking listeners to donate to the Red Cross to provide relief to those affected by the recent flooding.

 The Red Cross continues to help thousands of people impacted by the flooding in Louisiana where the situation remains dire. More rain is possible and flood waters are moving downriver, which could cause damage in new areas. The Red Cross is closely monitoring the situation, and will be ready to mount an additional response if necessary.

 Alpha Media Portland Operations Manager and former Baton Rouge resident Bruce Collins commented on the announcement, “We are honored and privileged as a media company to participate in helping the thousands of people in the Baton Rouge area who suffered from this catastrophic flooding event. A very sincere, special thank you to all of our listeners who are helping those who have lost so much.”

 Donations are urgently needed. To help those affected by the Louisiana Floods visit www.redcross.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS. These donations enable the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to, and help people recover from disasters big and small.

 The official Alpha Media donation page can be found at http://www.redcross.org/cm/alphamedia-pub

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