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Trying To Move On After Handling Sandy
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, what we can do to help ourselves and help others.
Here in Summit, NJ a shelter has been set up at the Summit Middle School at 272 Morris Avenue. Additionally, Douglas Infiniti of 430 Morris Avenue and Douglas Volkswagen of 491 Morris Avenue in Summit, NJ have welcomed all to stop by for warmth, hot coffee or to recharge their communication devices. Please be extra vigilant with yourself and your family and stay away from all downed wires. As of today Wednesday October 31st in Summit, NJ, City Hall’s office is open and trash collection will resume.
We encourage all people to visit Twitter (http://www.twitter.com) to utilize some fantastic tools for dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Go to Twitter and in the search box, type in #njopen and also #njgas. Both hashtags will give you real time information on open gas stations, food sources and businesses.
The Red Cross (http://www.redcross.org/
We at the Douglas Auto Group will keep everyone in our thoughts and wish you all safety, health along with a quick return to your normal routine.