Mission Stone Tile Joins the Bobby Bones Show to Support "30 Abes Haiti Hunger Relief"; 30 Abes Represents 30 Cents, Which is the Cost of One Life-Sustaining Meal

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Mission Stone Tile will join thousands of volunteers to make Guinness World Records official attempt for title of “Most Hunger Relief Meals Packaged in One Hour” by a group.

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Mission Stone Tile Joins 30 Abes to Support Hunger Relief in Haiti

"It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the problems in the world and our desire to do something that makes a difference,” stated Amy, co-host of The Bobby Bones Show. “What’s great about 30 Abes is that it gives us all a place to start."

Mission Stone Tile owner Mary Elizabeth Oropeza announced today that Mission Stone Tile will be supporting long time friend-Amy Brown of The Bobby Bones Show - in a joined effort with non-profit group TEEMHaiti and international hunger relief organization Numana to create “30 Abes,” a special campaign and food packaging event in Nashville benefitting hunger relief in Haiti.

Dieu orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. As extra motivation to meet their goal, the volunteers will also participate in a Guinness World Records official attempt for the title of “most hunger relief meals packaged in one hour” by a team. The current record of 479,034 was achieved by Numana, Volunteer Kansas and the Rotary Club of Wichita on February 16, 2013.

The event will also benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee in Nashville as packaging volunteers will be encouraged to bring canned and boxed-food donations.

“It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the problems in the world and our desire to do something that makes a difference,” stated Amy, co-host of The Bobby Bones Show. “What’s great about 30 Abes is that it gives us all a place to start. The people receiving this food at the orphanage are very special to me, and knowing that they will be well fed, and even have plenty to share with their neighbors, warms my heart. We can make a difference together and I'm thankful to everyone who supports 30 Abes and this worthy cause in any way they can.”

30 Abes is a campaign and event created by Amy and Bobby Bones of The Bobby Bones Show to raise funds and bring awareness to international hunger. 30 Abes represents 30 cents, which is the cost of one life-sustaining meal. For 30 cents, Numana can provide a meal of rice, soy, dried pinto beans and a vitamin/mineral substance, as well as packaging and international shipment of the food. For more information about the 30 Abes food packaging event in Nashville or to make a donation, please visit http://www.thirtyabes.com, and click here to watch a video featuring one of Amy’s trips to the Maison Des Enfants De Dieu orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Mission Stone Tile will be buying a table to pack foods for this event. If you are a Nashville resident, please contact Mary Elizabeth Oropeza at mehulsey (at) missionstonetile (dot) com to volunteer to pack at the Mission Stone Tile table. If you are out of town, buy a T-Shirt, or purchase a life-sustaining meal at Thirty Abes.com.

Mission Stone & Tile is open weekdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for those who wish to register.

About Mission Stone & Tile

Mission Stone & Tile opened for business in 2006 as a premier importer and distributor of natural stone, ceramic, and porcelain tile collections, adding a location in June 2013 for the greater Chattanooga area. Mission was founded in Nashville, Tenn. by tile industry veteran and interior designer Mary Elizabeth (Hulsey) Oropeza. The business is the culmination of 20 years expertise in stone and tile, grounded in a commitment to meet the needs of designer, architectural, builder and contractor clients.

Mission Stone & Tile is a true design resource center, a light, open space filled with samples to inspire custom designs, located in Chattanooga’s south side at 55 East Main Street, Ste 102, 37408; and in Nashville, the Berry Hill- Hundred Oaks area at 2930 Sidco Drive. For more information, call 1-877-529-8453 or email chatt(at)missionstonetile(dot)com.

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