Hurricane Sandy Relief

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When Hurricane Sandy struck, Regal Relief responded by delivering 21,629 pounds of food, paper products, diapers, pet products and other necessities to the Staten Island Emergency Distribution Center to help those devastated by the storm. Regal Service provided the truck and trailer as well as the fuel to make the trip. Fred Johnson, a Regal Employee/Owner, drove the truck and donated his time to get the load there. He and his wife Nancy were instrumental in coordinating the project from start to finish through the local Knights of Columbus Councils in the area. Donations were received over a 10 day period before making the trip. The people of Western New York responded and their generous donations provided the needed supplies. Several local groups assisted in the effort, some of which were effected by the 2009 flood that devastated the WNY area and knew first hand that the need would be great.

The people at the site in Staten Island receiving the donations were shocked by the amount of food and supplies given by people they didn’t even know and were more than happy to help with the unloading. it was a good day for America thanks to Fred, Nancy, Regal Relief and the combined efforts of the many fine people of Western New York.