PeopleNet donates over $13,000 to ATA’s Hurricane Katrina relief effort

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — PeopleNet, a provider of onboard computing and mobile communications systems, announced it has donated more than $13,000 to the American Trucking Associations-American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

It will further donate up to 2% of all Onboard Computer revenues sold in the impacted region for the remainder of 2005.

“All of us at PeopleNet were deeply saddened to learn of the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina,” said John Sarto, Chairman and CEO of PeopleNet. “Through our contribution to the relief effort, the employees of PeopleNet express their deepest sympathy to the thousands of people affected by Hurricane Katrina.”

PeopleNet’s donation includes a $6,500 donation from its employees, which the company matched dollar for dollar. The additional donations will be provided over the next several months.

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