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Rocket City Mustang Club Aids Tornado Relief

Members present during donation were (LtoR) Lisa Adams, President, Rocket City Mustang Club; Mike Foley, Member, Board of Directors; and Sharon Griffis, Regional Director, Mustang Club of America.

HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Rocket City Mustang Club teamed up to provide $2000 in relief supplies through North Alabama Disaster Relief of Ardmore (NADRA). NADRA has been providing relief supplies on behalf of their community to approximately 15 communities on Sand Mountain, Flat Rock, Hackleburg, Hamilton, Phil Campbell, Arab, Ruth, Moulton, Toney, Harvest, Capshaw, East Limestone, Ider, Anniston, Cordova, Tuscaloosa, and Northport, all of which were devastated by the April 27th storms.

The Rocket City Mustang Club, located in Madison County Alabama, promotes the restoration, preservation, and enjoyment of Mustangs and serves as a source of information concerning these automobiles for the benefit of its members as well as the general public. The Club is a chartered regional group of the Mustang Club of America (MCA)and meets every third Tuesday of the month at Lonestar Steakhouse in Huntsville, AL at 7 pm.

About Bob Graham

Bob Graham grew up in Western North Carolina and moved to the Tennessee Valley in 2008. His work with Apple Computer brought him to the area and after leaving Apple this year he started his own company MidSouth Associates. Bob has a background in journalism and has assisted with several relief efforts in the past starting with Hurricane Hugo in 1989. He started stormHOPE.org following the April 27, 2011 tornados that ravaged Alabama and the southeastern United States with the hopes of capturing the amazing stories and using them to raise awareness of the continuing needs of the people affected around the country. Following the May 22 and 24th tornado outbreaks in the midwest stormHOPE has been actively involved in assisting with relief efforts there through its website and volunteers on the ground.