LOCKHEED MARTIN TO SEND HURRICANE RELIEF BUCKETS TO STORM VICTIMS IN FLORIDA
NEW ORLEANS, La., 14-OCT-04 -- In an effort to aid Hurricane Ivan victims, Lockheed Martin’s [NYSE: LMT] Employee Volunteer Organization will be loading hurricane relief buckets into a trailer bound for the United Way in Pensacola at 10:30 a.m. Friday, October 15.
Reporters and photographers are invited to the parking lot in front of Building 101 where Lockheed Martin employees will be loading the buckets at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in eastern New Orleans. Employees have been collecting supplies for the buckets for several weeks.
The United Way in Pensacola reports that hurricane victims – even one month later -- still have many needs, one of which is returning their homes to a sanitary condition. The relief buckets contain a variety of cleaning supplies to help Florida residents continue removing dirt and grime from their homes.
Lockheed Martin Space Systems -- Michoud Operations designs and assembles large aluminum and composite structures such as the Space Shuttle External Tank for aerospace and other applications at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.