Vermont Flood Relief

Of the many places effected by Hurricane Irene, Southern Vermont got hit particularly hard. Rarely in our landlocked states history have we had to deal with flood damage on such a large scale. In my hometown of Pawlet, the banks of the Flower Brook gave way, letting loose a torrent water that swept through the town effecting local businesses and families. We can be thankful that physical injuries and loss of life are not making headlines this morning but make no mistake about it, Vermont communities need our help. In a state that is primarily small business owners and farmers, flooding on such a scale as this has a massive effect on the livelihood’s of almost everyone. So now when you purchase a VT Seal tee from us a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Vermont Flood Relief. Click the pic to hit our web store and help a neighbor keep living nice. I’ve complied a gallery of images below shot by friends and family to give you an idea of how much your help will be appreciated.

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Video by Bill Muench

 

 

 

 

 

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One response to “Vermont Flood Relief

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