Mi2n, September 14, 2005
Wolfgang's Vault Partners With The Minnesota Helps Fund, To Support The Gulf South Region
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the nation's greatest natural disaster, Wolfgang's Vault has pledged their support to the victims of Katrina for the remainder of 2005.
Wolfgang's Vault, the premier online source for rock and roll memorabilia has already donated $50,200 to the Minnesota Helps Fund, which distributes donations to the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Local Community Foundations, United Ways and other organizations which provide DIRECT support to the victims of this tragedy. For the remainder of this year, 10% of Wolfgang's Vault's revenues will be contributed to the Minnesota Helps Fund.
"The employees of Wolfgang's Vault, like all Americans, have watched in near disbelief as the catastrophe confronting the Gulf South region unfolds, we hope that with the support of music fans nationwide, we can help the victims get back on their feet and take back their lives," said Bill Sagan CEO of Wolfgang's Vault. "We see this as our opportunity to give back to a region that has contributed so much to this country's music scene, without the regions musical ingenuity this country would have never known musical legends such as Johnny Cash, B.B. King, and The Allman Brothers Band."
To learn more about Wolfgang's Vault's donation program for Katrina's victims, legendary rock and roll artists from the Gulf South Region, or to schedule an interview with an expert source on the role of music in raising money for disaster victims; please contact me at 212.999.5585.
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