CNTA Assists Operation Jersey Shore SantaDec 10th, 2012 | By Editorial Staff | Category: Spotlight
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many families at the Jersey Shore lost their belongings and their homes. While numerous groups and organizations are helping with the here-and-now needs of those who have been displaced, Operation Santa was created to bring Christmas to these families.
The Conference of Northeast Towing Associations (CNTA) and its member states have joined forces for a “Towers Toy Drive” to benefit victims of Super Storm Sandy. Sandy has devastated many areas along the east coast, but New Jersey has been her greatest victim affected countless families. Garden State Towing Association of NJ (GSTA) has organized food and clothing drives and is working with state and local organizations to help the many families left homeless in her wake. CNTA and its members are opening their hearts and wallets to purchase new unwrapped toys and gift cards for boys or girls between the ages of infant and sixteen.
Our convoy of trucks will make its delivery to Operation Jersey Shore Santa on Friday, December 14th. To make a donation, please contact Mary Leigh Barbusin at 732-530-4782 or by email at email@example.com or Cindy Martineau at Cynthia J Martineau, CNTA Secretary, 508-303-6699 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your generosity during this holiday season!
The CNTA is a consortium of 10 state towing associations (CT, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT) representing the interest of approximately 3000 members. As the official workshop for the Northeast, CNTA works on solving the challenges that face our industry and directly affect the states in the northeast corridor.