As published by Elmore Autauga News.
Recently Federal and State legislative members representing Elmore and Autauga Counties met to view the tornado damage in areas of Elmore and Autauga Counties. After visiting sites along the tornado track in both counties, the tour ended at the multi-county donation center located in Wetumpka.
The Donation Center has been established in Elmore County to provide aid to those in need due to the tornado and severe weather events of January 12th in Autauga, Coosa, Elmore, and Dallas Counties. Phoenix Investors has made around 200,000 SF of their warehouse space located at 3145 Elmore Road in Wetumpka available for donation drop-off and storage.
“Phoenix Investors is honored to partner with Elmore County and the surrounding areas to aid in the disaster relief efforts already underway. We are highly sympathetic to the community given the devastation in the Central Alabama region,” said Frank P. Crivello, Founder and Chairman of Phoenix Investors. “Phoenix is proud to be a member of Elmore County’s business community, and we are pleased to provide this essential space in support of local officials and their rebuilding efforts.”
Special thanks to Congressman Barry Moore, Senator Will Barfoot, Cindy Pate from Senator Tommy Tuberville’s office, and Representative Troy Stubbs for visiting the impacted areas and touring the Donation Center.
For more information on ways you can donate, visit Elmoreco.