Letter to Governor Robert Bentley

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May 7, 2011

Governor Robert Bentley,

When we started our disaster relief efforts on April 28th, 2011 we just wanted to get some food and water to the people on 15th St. we had no idea our Facebook posts were going to create a supply chain network with the ability to send trucks all over Alabama. Although we had no experience with disaster relief, we were an auto-parts store employee, an interior designer, a cleaning company owner, and an event planner, with the indefatigable efforts of a virtual army of kind selfless volunteers we have helped coordinate relief for every small town in Alabama affected by this disaster.

In one way or another none of this would have been possible had you not minimized the red tape for this faith based volunteer support initiative, our ability to get to affected areas was largely due to a lack of resistance from a Governor who truly believes in the citizens of his state. When we met with roadblocks in our efforts we were always inspired to persevere by seeing how you personally reached out with compassion and love to the affected communities. Witnessing your tireless leadership kept us going as we worked, and still work, these 22 hour days. Although we know you’re a Bama fan you will always have a place in the heart of the Auburn family

War Eagle and Roll Trucks Roll!

The Toomer’s For Tuscaloosa team and all our volunteers.

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