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CEI and Employees Donate to Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

January 31, 2013- Press Release

The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI) and its employees have donated $2,000 in cash, food, toys and used clothing to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation.

CEI employees raised some $1,400 in cash through their Fish Committee, its volunteer employee activities organization, which ran raffles for gift baskets donated by local businesses and solicited employee donations of food and clothing. Some of the funds were used to buy Christmas toys and baby food for families rendered homeless by the hurricane that hit the East Coast last October. CEI’s owners also contributed $400 as a cash donation.

Members of the Fish Committee delivered the donation to the relief foundation’s regional office in Sayreville, NJ.

About the Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation (HSRF)

The HSRF was established to raise awareness, organize volunteer service efforts, and extend relief to Sandy victims. All of its donations go towards food, clothing, supplies, aid in rescue and clean up efforts, and the future rebuilding of communities and lives destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. For more information, please call 1-800-723-6434, or visit

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