Red Cross and PG&E Take Over Bulldog Stadium on November 23rd

CPR World Record
All Central Valley residents need to be safe and prepared for emergencies large and small. We can't always anticipate when we will face an emergency, but we can take steps to be ready.

WHAT: Would you know how to turn off your gas or electricity in an emergency? Would you know what to do if you couldn't return to your home after a fire or flood? How would you reconnect with your family if cell phones weren't working? Do you have an emergency supply kit?

All Central Valley residents need to be safe and prepared for emergencies large and small. We can't always anticipate when we will face an emergency, but we can take steps to be ready.

During the Fresno State Bulldogs’ last home game against New Mexico, the American Red Cross Central Valley Chapter will announce their continued emergency preparedness partnership with Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and ask Bulldog fans to “Make A Family Game Plan” and prepare for disasters.

WHO: American Red Cross Central Valley Chief Executive Officer Ellen Knapp

Former Fresno State Bulldog and PG&E employee, Mike Savage

WHEN: Saturday, November 23, 2013 at approximately 4:00pm. Activities to take place during the halftime ceremony.

WHERE: Bulldog Stadium at Jim Sweeney Field, Fresno, CA

About American Red Cross Central Valley Region

As a community-based, humanitarian organization, the American Red Cross Central Valley Chapter provides relief to those affected by disasters and empowers individuals in our community to prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. By helping people in the Central Valley learn how to take care of their families and neighbors, the Red Cross strengthens the community and makes it ready for all types of disasters, including home fires, earthquakes, wildfires and health emergencies. Call (559) 455-1000 or visit redcross.org to learn more.

About PG&E

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), and the PG&E Corporation Foundation strive to power strong communities throughout Northern and Central California. In 2011, PG&E contributed more than $23 million to more than 1,100 charitable organizations, including matching the generosity of employees who donated more than $5.3 million and volunteered over 32,000 hours to company-supported events. Community investments are funded entirely by shareholders. For more information, visit www.pge.com/community.