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WENDY'S RESTAURANTS TO PROVIDE SEMI-LOAD OF FOOD, SUPPLIES TO HOMESTEAD "TENT CITIES"

 WENDY'S RESTAURANTS TO PROVIDE SEMI-LOAD OF
 FOOD, SUPPLIES TO HOMESTEAD "TENT CITIES"
 Who: Miami-area hurricane victims will benefit form a shipment of much-needed food and paper supplies provided by local Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers restaurants.
 What: A semi-trailer containing non-perishable food items and paper goods will arrive in Homestead to provide desperately needed food and supplies to the "tent cities" sheltering homeless hurricane victims.
 Where: At a temporary supply depot on the corner of Canal Drive and Kingman Drive in Homestead. (Look for red striped tents).
 Where: Thursday, Sept. 3 at approximately 2 p.m.
 The semi-trailer shipment will depart form Miami to arrive at the temporary supply depot in Homestead at approximately 2 p.m. At the depot, the entire contents of the semi-trailer will be unloaded and transferred to nearby tent cities and relief shelters.
 Visuals: The arrival, unloading and distribution of supplies by military personnel to victims throughout the Homestead area.
 Wendy's officials and relief workers will be available at the depot site to discuss efforts being made to assist victims with food and supplies.
 CONTACT: Angie Valdez of Wendy's International, 305-593-0530.
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