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HRV to donate to Christchurch Earthquake Appeal

HRV to donate to Christchurch Earthquake Appeal

HRV is making a donation of $50,000 to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal fund launched by Prime Minister John Key yesterday.

“Along with people throughout New Zealand, we have witnessed the devastation caused by the quake and want to do something to support the people of Canterbury,” said the CEO of HRV, Bruce Gordon.

“Like many other businesses our HRV franchisees in Christchurch have been severely impacted by the quake and we realise it’s going to take the support of all New Zealanders to help Canterbury recover from this tragedy.”

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