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WFTV 9 Hurricane Season 2004 DVD set
      Tue Feb 15 2005 04:03 PM

For anyone that is interested, WFTV will release a 2-Disc DVD set on Feb 19. They are being sold at all Central Florida Albertsons stores for $7.50. All proceeds will benefit WFTV's hurricane recovery partners, The American Red Cross, Second Harvest Food Banks and The SPCA of Central Florida. The original release date was today, but i contacted them to obtain the new information.

Here is the link with more information, including purchase information for people who do not live near a Central Florida Albertsons.

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