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AAA CAROLINAS OFFERS MAP AND ROUTING ASSISTANCE TO SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS HEADING TO FLOOD AREA

 CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- As forecasters predict more rain over the already flooded areas of the upper Midwest, AAA Carolinas has volunteered to provide service organizations in the Carolinas scheduling humanitarian trips to the flood zone; free maps and routing information.
 "This support is immediately available to service organizations such as the Red Cross and National Guard, who are sending assistance to the upper Midwest," said Dave Parsons, AAA Carolinas' executive vice president. "In this time of great need for the thousands who have been driven from their homes, this is one way our Club can support the efforts of these volunteer organizations."
 This assistance is available to any service unit or organization sending personnel to the upper Midwest including parts of Iowa, northern Missouri, southern Minnesota, eastern Kansas, Nebraska and the St. Louis area.
 For information and assistance, representatives from service organizations heading to the flood area should contact their nearest AAA Carolinas office or call 1-800-477-4222.
 A member of the American Automobile Association, AAA Carolinas serves 546,000 members from 19 offices in the Carolinas.
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 /CONTACT: Lee Morris, Christine Wilkie, Marnie Buchanan, AAA Carolinas, 704-377-3600/


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