Dirty Harry's will detail emergency vehicles damaged by hurricane
UNION BEACH, NJ ― Former Jersey City Police Officer Harry Sandwith of Dirty Harry’s Detailing will detail 11 emergency vehicles and fire station equipment that was damaged when Hurricane Sandy struck areas of the east coast back in October, a press release reported.
The Jan. 17 press release said Sandwith will be helped by other detailers such as Bob Wiener of Finer Details in West Long Branch, NJ; Darryl Kimmis of Mirror Image Detailing in Rowlett, TX; Michael Pena of Mobile Auto Detail in Houston; and Andrew Swenson of Wolfeboro Carwash and Detailing of New Hampshire.
Cash donations have come in from Renny Doyle of Attention to Details; Bill Quinn of Bill the Buff Man Washington State Detailing; the Long Branch Police Department PBA and SOA; Robert Eichelberg of Flex North America; and Dave Bayless and Doug Parfitt. Detailing materials and supplies have been donated by Jim Stavrinides of Aerolon Performance Coating’s in San Francisco; Robert Regan of Towel Pros California; and Joe Sabo of DRC 1000.
Union Beach Fire Chief Rob LaBerta stated in the press release, “We have four fire stations and over sixty firefighters in Union Beach. Three of the four fire stations were completely flooded and they require reconstruction both inside and out. Furthermore, of the 6,800 Union Beach residents, over 3,300 were displaced as a result of the storm, and many of them still have not found permanent housing.”
For more information about Dirty Harry's Detailing, call 732-687-2391.