WNOU Aids Indiana Flood Victims
June 17, 2008 at 7:22 AM (PT)
Ten days ago, devastating floods across INDIANA left over 35,000 people without fresh water. RADIO ONE Top 40 WNOU (RADIO NOW 100.9)/INDIANAPOLIS jumped into action, presenting the "TRUCK OF HOPE." Morning guy SCOTTY DAVIS spent three days helping co-ordinate the collecting of bottled water, food, clothes and toiletries for those who lost everything in the floods.
PD TIM RAINEY tells ALL ACCESS, “WAL MART of INDIANA donated two semi trucks, which we set up at two of their INDIANAPOLIS locations. It didn’t take long at all before both were completely filled with over 700 cases of bottled water and other desperately needed items.”
In addition, nearly $5,000 in cash was donated which will go to the AMERICAN RED CROSS of CENTRAL INDIANA for disbursal to those affected by the storms.