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Brickell Motors in Miami Sends supplies to Haiti

The massive earthquake that struck Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, on January 12, 2010 left many devastated. The quake left the Caribbean country in shambles without electricity or phone service. There was no doubt the country needed much aid from other nations. The United States ordered the deployment of 5,000 troops to assist in the relief effort. Relief workers and charitable groups continued to show their support by re-visiting Haiti. Many organizations also started donations and collections for Haiti.

Brickell Motors of Miami, a Buick, GMC and Honda dealership, was one of the many companies to show support in Haiti. More than 2 dozen GM vehicles packed with relief supplies were headed to Haiti and owner Mario Murgado was at the forefront of the effort.  The GM Foundation donation is part of a coordinated effort of the GM Foundation and the William J Clinton Foundation in response to the dire need for trucks to transport supplies to survivors: such as water, food, medical equipment and much more.

South Florida GM Trucking to Haiti Video

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