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PreSonus Launches GoFundMe Campaign To Benefit Louisiana Flood Victims

Donate directly to help those employees who suffered losses from the recent historic flooding in the region.

PreSonus, headquartered in Baton Rouge, LA has launched a GoFundMe campaign to benefit the victims of the recent historic flooding in Louisiana.

While the company was able to avoid flood damage, many of its employees did not—in fact, some have lost everything.

According to a company statement on the GoFundMe page: “We have heard from many employees, customers, vendors, and other friends who would like to help our employees during this difficult time. Therefore, we have created this site so that everyone can donate directly to help those employees who suffered losses from the flood.”

The statement also notes that,“All donations will be distributed equally among the affected employees as determined by the company. Please note that no donation is too small and that every bit helps.”

Go here for more information and to contribute to the GoFundMe campaign.


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