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HOLLYWOOD, FL, March 17, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Numerous educational institutions had been shut down and relief for the Japan earthquake was minimal. Businesses granted employees the ability to remain home amongst radiation fears.For residents and regions around Tokyo that are typically filled with people working on the job, and packed into sushi dining establishments were strangely quiet from the massive Tsunami that struck Japan last Friday. Swinglifestyle was awe struck at the destruction that has engulfed the people of Japan. SLS has generously donated $10,000 to the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts and are asking Americans and foreign countries to do what they can in the aftermath. "The stores are empty and the people are without food, water and electricity in freezing weather. We have to do what we can to help the men, women and especially the children."-Mike Hatcher, SLS
Lengthy lines developed at the airports, and people have been asked to stay inside. The money donated to the Japan Tsunami and earthquake relief will definitely help to alleviate some efforts to the disaster troubled area. Swinglifestyle is doing as much as they can to assist as the Japanese authorities struggle to avoid disaster from the nuclear complex.
As relief slowly trickles into Japan, Swinglifestyle is asking people to donate as much as possible in case the nuclear issue worsens. Numerous locals are trying to stock up on food and are told to remain indoors. The surrounding areas are quickly becoming vacant, as concerns grow about nuclear fallout as potassium iodine pills are distributed.
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