Rugman Donates to Katrina Efforts: Says Katrina Survivors A Lesson In Human Resiliency

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Rugman.com's donations aid in the ongoing recovery effort put forth by the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund.

The inner strength of Hurricane Katrina's survivors is the foundation for all the relief efforts in the Gulf. All you have to do is Google the words "Human Resiliency" and stories of the Katrina Survivors come up. The financial support required in such a massive recovery effort is critical and necessary over the long-haul. In celebration of Presidents' Day, during the week of February 19th - 25th Rugman.com donated 5% of all sales to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund (BCKF).

This is not the first time that Rugman.com has donated a percentage of their sales to help support and rebuild communities affected by natural disasters around the world.

"What's especially exciting about the BCKF is while the needs (both immediate & future) of the Katrina survivors are being addressed, the incorporation of CCI (Clinton Climate Initiative), 22 cities working together to reverse Global Warming through the reduction of greenhouse gases, gives renewed hope for our future generations" said Farida, Executive Vice President of Rugman.com.

Rugman.com is proud to take part in the recovery effort for the Hurricane Katrina Survivors and would like to thank all of the customers who put in motion, through their purchases, the sales that generated $7,500 towards the long-term recovery effort in the Gulf.

About Rugman.com

Rugman.com is a marketplace leader in online Persian and Oriental rugs and has operations in both the United States and Canada. Born of a third generation Persian Rugs import/export business, the rugman.com mission is to provide authentic, high quality, handcrafted area rugs and to provide unsurpassed service and experience. Rugman.com Persian rugs are unique, authentic imported treasures that withstand the test of time. Visit Rugman.com

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