REV teams up with Friends of the Blood Bank in Dorian’s Wake

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“The nation’s top communications provider hosts in-store blood drive for Hurricane Dorian Victims.”

REV opened its storefront in the Mall at Marathon to dozens of Bahamians who were ready to offer the ultimate gift to their compatriots many of whom were devastated by the effects of Hurricane Dorian in the Northern Islands.  The communications giant collaborated with a non-profit group, Friends of the Blood Bank who independently arranges blood drive to source the blood bank at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Director of Friends of the Blood Bank, Mark Palmer said, “Last year we needed 26,000 pints of blood at the PMH and we only got 4,000. So we started [this group] so that we could do blood drives for PMH… help them with that and educate the public on giving blood.” read more

REV partners with Milo Butler and Sons

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“REV teams up with wholesale distributor to provide tangible support for those displaced by Hurricane Dorian.”

Days after Hurricane Dorian ravaged Grand Bahama and Abaco REV partnered with wholesale distributor, Milo Butler and Sons to deliver food and other necessary supplies to the victims of Hurricane Dorian.

Kent Forbes, Sales and Marketing Manager at Milo Butler and Sons explained that one of their employees lost her home during the storm, he went on to say,

“Immediately we knew we had to do something, not just for our own but also for our country as well and given the fact that Milo butler has been around for over 50 plus years it’s our job to be an asset to our community.” read more

REV partners with NPCC to provide call center for Dorian Victims and their families

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“The nation’s top communications provider facilitates emergency call center.”

REV provided critical equipment along with 8 commercial grade landline telephones to furnish an emergency call center at New Providence Community Center to provide much needed assistance to evacuees and victims of hurricane Dorian.

Kecia Francis, a volunteer at New Providence Community Center said, “The call center is a place that means hope. They can call, and perhaps hear a voice, it’s like getting a hug over the phone. Persons can feel as though others care and are looking for their loved ones. Victims can call in to be rescued because if we get any information about emergency evacuation we can send them directly to the person responsible for rescuing.” read more