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Fri January 22, 2010
American Airlines Employees Work for Haiti Relief
By BJ Austin, KERA News
Dallas, TX –
In Fort Worth tonight, 350 American Airlines and American Eagle employees will be manning a phone bank for the "Relief for Haiti Now" telethon - which will be broadcast on KERA 13.
American's Andrea Huguely says this is just one of many things airline employees have been doing since Haiti's devastating earthquake.
Huguely: American Eagle transported the first airplane worth of aid into Haiti. And since then, we've transported more than 125 thousand pounds of aid into Haiti.
The telethon, featuring performers such as Bono, Sting, Keith Urban, and Jay-Z is from 7 to 9 tonight on KERA 13.