Mitchell Offers Relief to Customers Hit by Katrina

Mitchell Offers Relief to Customers Hit by Katrina

Mitchell International, a provider of information and workflow solutions to the automotive insurance and collision repair industries, established a toll-free number for customers impacted by Hurricane Katrina to report storm-related business losses.

Mitchell International, a provider of information and workflow solutions to the automotive insurance and collision repair industries, established a toll-free number for customers impacted by Hurricane Katrina to report storm-related business losses. Customers can call 866-773-4458 to obtain replacement software, manuals, account credits and other relief.

"In the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, both families and businesses in the Gulf States are faced with a long and daunting road to recovery," said Jim Lindner, CEO and chairman of Mitchell. "Our heartfelt sympathies and support go out to all those who have suffered a loss, or are afflicted with hardship on account of recent events. We hope this relief line will make it just a little bit easier for some to get back on their feet."

The company stated it fully understands that any customers who have been affected may well have more important priorities at this time. Thus, the number above will remain active indefinitely. Each incident reported will be assessed individually, prioritizing the needs of those whose losses have had the most severe impact on their lives, families and businesses.

For more information about Mitchell International, visit www.mitchell.com.

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