Neighbors Helping Each Other

Tropical Storm Irene presented some challenging times for our friends and colleagues in Vermont and northern New Hampshire with devastating floods that ravaged parts of the state and destroyed many roadways. Folks are still facing challenges to get their businesses restored to functionality or even to simply salvage items after the damage. Our partnership with our participating dentists stands strong as we work to support their dental offices in these difficult times. Northeast Delta Dental is conducting numerous fund raisers to help with relief efforts. I encourage everyone to volunteer or contribute to the Red Cross and local relief agencies to help our friends and neighbors get back to normal and able to conduct business again.  Please share your stories with me.

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2 Responses to Neighbors Helping Each Other

  1. Chris B. says:

    I think it is very sad how little coverage of the continuing struggles of our neighbors in NH and VT have received very little national attention. Many places in VT may be without suitable bridges for quite some time.

    I’m glad to be part of Northeast Delta Dental and our work to help those who were effected by Irene.

    • neddblog says:

      Chris, thank you for your feedback. Northeast Delta Dental continues to work with our Vermont participating dentists to make it easy for them to file claims should the floods continue to negatively impact their offices. Northeast Delta Dental will also be announcing a formal outreach package to our Vermont communities to help out Vermont’s citizens affected by the floods. Thanks again Chris.

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