Glass Industry's Most Famous Gulf Coast Resident Unharmed

Gulfport, Miss., inhabitant Greg Carney, who serves as the technical director for the Glass Association of North America (GANA), has made contact with his office after nearly three days without the ability to do so. Carney and his wife and children, along with his parents, are living out of his heavily-damaged house there. GANA has set up a fund to help assist Greg (see below):

Non-Deductible Cash Donations
Greg Carney - Hurricane Katrina Relief Effort

In the immediate days following Hurricane Katrina, the members of GANA have requested a mechanism to help in the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, for and on behalf of Greg Carney. With that being said, GANA has set up a fund, in which non-deductible cash donations (gifts) may be sent. Those donations will be maintained at the GANA headquarters and disbursed to Greg when they are able to get them into the Gulfport, Miss. area.

If you wish to send a donation, please mail it to the below address, making it out to GANA, and ensuring to note on the check memo area "Non-Deductible Cash Donation (Gift) for Greg Carney."

Glass Association of North America
Attn: Greg Carney - Hurricane Katrina Relief Effort
2945 SW Wanamaker Drive, Suite A
Topeka, KS 66614

If you have any questions or need additional information, contact the GANA office at 785/271-0208.

ATTENTION: Glass Industry members in the impacted Gulf Coast region, if you have internet access, we would like to hear from you regarding how you are doing and what we can do to help. Please CLICK HERE to access the special thread we have started on the USGlass messsage forum.

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