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Fast Growing Trees Nursery Offers Hurricane Victims Free Trees

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Fast Growing Trees Nursery, an Internet tree and shrub provider, announced today that they are donating free trees for the hundreds of thousands of people affected by hurricane Sandy.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) November 02, 2012

Fast Growing Trees Nursery, an Internet tree and shrub provider, announced today that they are donating free trees for the hundreds of thousands of people affected by hurricane Sandy.
Residents with tree damage in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, can select a fast growing tree and have it sent to them at no charge.
Based in Charlotte, NC, Fast Growing Trees Nursery ships fruit trees, shade trees, evergreens & shrubs nationwide, through their website at http://www.fast-growing-trees.com.

Fast Growing Trees Nursery Manager, Justin French, said “Sandy has ravaged millions of trees and caused an estimated $4 billion in landscaping damage. We were trying to think of a way to help the storm victims, when one of our workers suggested that we send free trees to replace ones damaged. We hope this gives people one less expense to worry about.”
Residents can email a picture of their fallen or damaged tree to StormRelief (at) fast-growing-trees (dot) com. Then, they can select the variety that will be sent to them at no cost. More information can be obtained by going to http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/ and clicking on the ‘Storm Relief' tab on the top of their home page.

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