Salvation Army receives $160,000 disaster relief trailer

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army received a generous donation from Embassy Corporation earlier this week.

Embassy Specialty Vehicles designed, built and donated a large disaster relief bunkhouse living quarters trailer to the Salvation Army in order to ensure disaster workers have a safe and comfortable place to sleep while they serve others.

The $160,000 trailer has beds, lighting, storage and climate control, making it the perfect place for up to 12 volunteers to rest at a time.

It’s currently at the Salvation Army’s Tampa, Florida disaster center, but it can be deployed anywhere in the country when it is needed.

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