National Van Lines Stepping Up To Assist with Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts
For Immediate Release
Stepping Up To Assist with Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts
Broadview, IL August 30, 2017 – National Van Lines, Inc. is partnering with the Village of Broadview, Mayor Katina Thompson, and Fire Chief Tracey Kenny, by supplying a truck and driver to deliver much-needed supplies to First Responders in the Houston, Texas area, following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey.
“We saw a need within our community in the efforts to send relief down to Texas. Through a contact with our local fire department we are providing the transportation necessary to ship water and supplies being donated by the residents of the Village of Broadview,” says Tim Helenthal, President & COO of National Van Lines. The National Van Lines staff is also pulling together to donate supplies such as cases of water, power bars, granola.
National Van Lines will provide a 53’ trailer and driver to transport water, power bars and much-needed supplies to those first responders working fervently to reach victims of Hurricane Harvey. Donations are being accepted at the Broadview fire station at 2400 25th Ave., Broadview, Il. The truck will leave the Broadview fire station Saturday, September 2, 2017.
Founded in 1929, National Van Lines is an ESOP-owned enterprise that began in the Chicago area as a one horse and wagon moving service and expanded to a nationwide fleet of trucks. The company’s services include residential and commercial moving and storage domestically and internationally. National Van Lines has been designated a Pro Mover company by the American Moving & Storage Association and holds an A+ rating with the BBB.