Mahaffey Fabric Structures Provides Free Tent for Biloxi High School Prom

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Leading manufacturer of portable shelter and Bucks for Biloxi give students senior prom.

Since 1924, Mahaffey Fabric Structures has been serving Memphis and the rest of the United States with fabric structures, party rentals, and tents. Mahaffey not only provides services during the happy times of special events, but also responds quickly in cases of a national emergency. Last year Mahaffey provided temporary camps to house disaster relief workers in the aftermaths of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Mahaffey is still providing services that will make a difference in the lives of those devastated by tragedy. On April 22, 2006 Mahaffey will be providing – at no charge – a 9,000 square foot pole tent, under which approximately 700 Biloxi High School seniors will be served a gourmet dinner for their prom by a group of philanthropists from Pennsylvania. The Bucks for Biloxi group has gathered donated funds, goods, and services in order to give the seniors in Biloxi the prom they thought they would not be able to have due to lack of both venues and funds.

Mahaffey representatives will erect the tent alongside volunteers from the Bucks for Biloxi group - to ensure that the seniors have a night that they will never forget. Mahaffey is both pleased and proud to be a part of a noble undertaking that will create memories for these young adults that will last a lifetime, while also reminding them that many out there still remember and care about their well being.

About Mahaffey Fabric Structures

Based in Memphis, Tennessee, Mahaffey Fabric Structures (http://www.fabricstructures.com) is the nation’s leading manufacturer and lessor of portable shelter. Mahaffey offers semi-permanent shelter solutions for hundreds of applications and provides turnkey service.

Mahaffey Fabric Structures’ products are inherently reusable and recyclable. They also offer an alternative to brick and mortar buildings and serve as “temporary” warehouses and industrial buildings for many years to come.

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Mark Milbury