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Katrina Relief Programs Set

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We all have been deeply saddened by the natural disaster in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. None of us can turn away from the desperate situation of our fellow citizens and of our fellow InfoComm International members.

Associations are volunteer organizations that members of like minds and like businesses join. As a trade association, InfoComm International welcomes you to join us to benefit our organizations and our industry. In times like these we can go one step farther. We can help our fellow members.
To that end, InfoComm and its Foundation ICIF have launched four relief programs.
Hurricane Katrina Charity Match
ICIF Member Relief Fund
ICIF Scholarship Relief Fund
Membership Dues Waiver
For more information on these programs please visit www.infocomm.org or contact InfoComm International at memberrelief@infocomm.org.

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