Key P1 Offshore Backer CMR Steps Up For Hurricane Ida Victims
A Category 4 storm, Hurricane Ida, devastated parts of southern Louisiana more than a month ago, but recovery work is far from complete and won’t last for months. CMR Roofing and Construction, one in Naples, Fla. established company that recently renewed its Powerboat P1/P1 Offshore sponsorship for the 2022 began operating in the state as soon as it was safe to “provide relief efforts in an effort to support all hands on deck for the storm victims,” according to a recent press release of the Powerboat P1 organization.
Sponsorship of the STR Super Stock class team this year and in 2022, CMR Roofing and Construction is helping the victims of Hurricane Ida rebuild their lives. Photo by Jeff Helmkamp copyright Helmet Camp Photos.
The company, which specializes in emergency relief, was on the scene within days of the storm clearing.
“We deployed a major operation and our staff provided assistance to schools, homes and government agencies,” explained Steve Soule, CMR Roofing and Construction’s chief executive officer. “We are running a major fundraiser to take our response to another level and it will be promoted across all of our race sponsorships, including Shaun Torrente Racing.”
CMR will also host a benefit concert to raise money for South Louisiana’s hurricane victims. The concert, dubbed the “Ragin Country Crawl,” is scheduled for November 7 at the Cajun Dome in Lafayette. Tickets are on sale through the Ragin’ Country Crawl Website.
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