Lake Worth, FL (PRWEB) September 2, 2005
777rock.com, an online sportsbook and casino entertainment company has offered a donation in the amount of $20,000 to the victims of Hurricane Katrina in the City of New Orleans. The online company who has employees from the Baton Rouge area feels that Americans and the world must stick together in these rough times for New Orleans and surrounding areas. "$20,000 is not going to fix the problem in New Orleans, but we are hoping that other companies around the world will follow suit and create a donation chain reaction that will help the high flying spirit of New Orleans live once again in the coming months", said PR Director Marshal Williams. "This city is magical and should be brought back to its feet as soon as possible".
777rock.com contacted J. Stephen Perry, President/CEO of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors' Bureau via email to arrange for the donation. "The donation is being held in escrow until someone from New Orleans can tell us where to direct the check", said Williams.
The company also plans to send a convoy of water, food and other needed supplies to the affected area in the coming weeks. This will all be put of the effort to show the City of New Orleans that the world is watching and praying for their quick recovery.
777rock.com is an online sportsbook and casino entertainment company based in Costa Rica, Central America. Its mainline of business is casino entertainment via the internet and sportsbook, Vegas style. 777rock.com has been in business over 8 years and maintains a strong and clean record with the Costa Rican government. The company employs over 40 Costa Rican nationals and has over 20,000 members worldwide.