02 September 2005

Get Music. Send Food.

Jeremy came up with a great idea today...for the next two weeks he's going to donate 100% of the merchandise sales from his website to the American Red Cross to help the hurricane victims. If you go to jeremycasella.com you can order a wonderful CD or fashionable T-shirt, both which I will personally package and mail to you (that is my little job), and in return your money will be used to bring food, water and supplies to the victims.

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