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Charlotte Russe providing aid to Hurricane relief work

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Sep '05
San Diego based growing mall-based fashion retailer Charlotte Russe Holding Inc are assisting those impacted by Hurricane Katrina by providing certain discounts on their purchases, raising funds to assist employees who have been displaced, and making a contribution to the American Red Cross Hurricane 2005 Relief fund.

Effective immediately, and until further notice, customers with valid Louisiana and Mississippi identification will be entitled to receive a 40 percent discount on their purchases at Charlotte Russe and Rampage stores located in the southern states.

In addition, a matching gift program has been established to raise funds to support our employees who were directly impacted by this tragic event and to raise funds to support the American Red Cross relief efforts. The company will be matching up to 100 percent of the money raised by its employees.

Charlotte Russe Holding Inc retailer of fashionable, value-priced apparel and accessories targeting young women in their teens and twenties. The company operated a total of 388 stores in 40 states and Puerto Rico, as of June 25, 2005, comprised of 321 Charlotte Russe stores and 67 Rampage stores.

A total of 28 new stores were opened during the first nine months of fiscal 2005, and the company expects to open up to 50 new stores during the fiscal year ending in September 2005.

Charlotte Russe Holding Inc


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