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‘Madison Avenue Rebuilds Staten Island’ Benefit Coming April 16


benefitDigital ad pros would like to ask for your help with “Madison Avenue Rebuilds Staten Island” (MARSI) taking place on April 16 at The Ainsworth in New York City. Join the Facebook page.

Staten Island natives John Nitti of Zenith Optimedia, Mark Mannino of Amazon and Undertone’s Eric Franchi have taken up the cause of Staten Island residents devastated by the storm better known as “Sandy” that wreaked a wide path of devastation across the island and surrounding communities last October.

With families still needing help in rebuilding their homes on Staten Island, the goal is to raise $250,000 in their support.

From the “Madison Avenue Rebuilds Staten Island” team:

    “The problem we are focused on: there is a gap between what FEMA/insurance companies provide and the actual cost of what people need to rebuild their homes or make them livable. We intend to fill that gap for as many families as possible. We are doing it in partnership with the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, who has been doing great work on Staten Island and elsewhere.”

Tickets and sponsorships are available. Get more info on www.MadisonAveRebuildsSI.com!



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