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After disaster, expect peak sales in 60-120 daysSat, 17, Sep 2016
Catastrophic floods and the ABCs of givingMon, 12, Sep 2016
Helping those displaced by floods in Baton Rouge, La., last month is simple as ABC for Auction Broadcasting Co. The auction company will match donations to help its employees and other residents who lost their homes in the deluge.
La. flood casualties: 100,000 insured carsMon, 05, Sep 2016
The historic floods that battered Louisiana last month damaged an estimated 100,000 insured vehicles. The National Insurance Crime Bureau said the number of uninsured vehicles damaged by flooding may be even more than those that are insured because owners may have chosen to drop coverage of aging vehicles.
Dealership employees try to rebuild lives after Louisiana floodsSat, 27, Aug 2016
Devastating floods in Baton Rouge have displaced 1,500 or more families with members working at the area's dealerships. NADA aims to raise $2 million for aid to the flood victims and already has begun handing out relief checks.
Family likely to 'spend Christmas in a camper'Sat, 27, Aug 2016
After evacuation ordeal, nowhere to go but upSat, 27, Aug 2016
Louisiana flooding takes toll on dealerships' employeesMon, 22, Aug 2016
Back on the job: 'I needed ... a bit of normalcy'Sat, 27, Aug 2016
Flood waters chased April Bower, a service writer at Acura of Baton Rouge, from one relative's house to another. But as soon as she could, she returned to the dealership. She was met at the store by others wanting to help her.
Four dealerships got the worst flood damage among auto retailers in LouisianaThu, 25, Aug 2016
NADA seeks donations to help dealership families affected by floodsTue, 23, Aug 2016
National Automobile Dealers Association President Peter Welch is asking dealerships across the U.S. to donate $1,000 each to NADA's Emergency Relief Fund and is hoping to raise $2 million total for dealership employees affected by the floods in Louisiana.
Louisiana floods close or disrupt 60-80 dealershipsWed, 17, Aug 2016
Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association President Will Green said the 60 to 80 dealerships in flooded areas are primarily working through staff shortages because of employees who can't physically make it to the store or are dealing with the loss of their own homes or vehicles.