The Melting Pot Comes Together Once Again In Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts: Presenting NYCTrip.com's Recovery Resources

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy’s destructive damage on New York City, the NYCTrip.com team jumps to action in preparing a thorough list of Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts.

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Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

Announcing NYCTrip.com's Hurricane Sandy Recovery Resources

As Hurricane Sandy struck, we received so many tips on how people can help in NYC and inquiries on which NYC landmarks were still open. We’re confident NYC will only rebuild itself into a better city, as it has so many times before.

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 15, 2012

Hurricane Sandy’s pressure may have been worse than MIT’s “worst case scenario” storm model, according to ClimateCentral.org’s “Statistics Show Hurricane Sandy’s Extraordinary Intensity” article, but even that can’t take a bite out of the Big Apple. As NYC rebuilds, the New York City vacation package experts at NYCTrip.com have put their deal-saving minds on a different focus – providing an up-to-date, comprehensive resource of Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts.

“NYC tours and trips aren’t just our business – we’ve fallen in love with NYC, and when destruction of this nature occurs in our favorite city, we want to pitch in and help. We hope our round-up of Hurricane Sandy relief efforts makes it easy for anyone who wants to help or needs to seek shelter, to be able to do so,” explains Barry Tenenbaum, of NYCTrip.com.

NYCTrip.com’s Hurricane Sandy recovery resources include over ten different websites and organizations, including the “Hurricane Sandy – how you can help” document, providing readers with everything from food and household good drop-off locations by neighborhood, to resources on where to find a job if one’s work was destroyed by Sandy. The resources also include the New York City Marathon’s Crowdrise.com page encouraging viewers to donate to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

The NYCTrip.com team has been keeping Facebook.com/NYCTrip updated with the latest news and updates on areas affected by Hurricane Sandy and answering NYC-related questions by Facebook users, such as providing information on when Washington Square Park would re-open and declaring that the Macy’s Day Parade is indeed still on.

“As Hurricane Sandy struck, we received so many tips on how people can help in NYC and inquiries on which NYC landmarks were still open. We’re confident NYC will only rebuild itself into a better city, as it has so many times before,” says Tenenbaum.

Visit NYCTrip.com’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts resources, and help strengthen NYC’s economy and assist with relief efforts by visiting NYC affordably via NYC Vacation Packages.

About NYCTrip.com

The New York City vacation package experts at NYCTrip.com have been providing tried and true travel advice since 1983. As the only major independent tour company devoted exclusively to NYC travel, NYCTrip.com prides itself on offering New York City Hotel Packages, Broadway Show Packages, Tours of New York City, NYC Restaurant Deals, and more. Price your NYC vacation package through their easy-to-use NYC TripQuote online booking engine.


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