AKRON (Aug. 22, 2016) — How bad is the flooding in Louisiana?
The Red Cross has called the devastation from parts of the state being under water “the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Superstorm Sandy.”
Louisiana Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser told NPR that the flooding spreads over 20 parishes, many persons and businesses don't have flood insurance, and more rain is expected on the already saturated ground.
How has your dealership or automotive service shop fared during the deluge? Let Tire Business know if your business has sustained any damage or disruption due to the flooding. Or if you're up and running and providing services to others, including emergency responders.
Contact Tire Business reporter William Schertz at 330-865-6148 or via email at [email protected].
If your dealership or shop has been hard hit — or sustained any damage — you also can share your photos by emailing them to Tire Business Managing Editor Sigmund J. Mikolajczyk at smik[email protected] or call him with information at 330-865-6130.
Please include your name, title, official name of business, city (and state) in which it's located, as well as an email address and daytime phone at which you can be contacted.
Please include information about what's shown in your photos, along with identifying any persons, locations or things shown in the photos.
Thanks for helping us tell your story — and sharing your information with Tire Business readers.