American Express to donate to flood relief in Alberta

MARKHAM, ON, June 27, 2013 /CNW/ - American Express today announced that it is 
contributing $25,000 in support of the Canadian Red Cross relief efforts 
towards communities across Alberta impacted by the recent severe flooding. 
"Our thoughts are with our employees, customers and all the residents of 
Alberta who have been impacted by this devastating flood," said Howard 
Grosfield, President and Chief Executive Officer of Amex Bank of Canada. 
"It's inspiring to see the Canadian community pull together in support of 
those who have been affected by this disaster, and we hope that our 
contribution will help in the greater effort to rebuild the region." 
About American Express in Canada 
American Express in Canada operates as Amex Bank of Canada and Amex Canada 
Inc. Both are wholly owned subsidiaries of the New York based American Express 
Travel Related Services Company, Inc., the largest operating unit of the 
American Express Company. Amex Bank of Canada is the issuer of American 
Express charge and credit cards, with outstanding products like the American 
Express® Gold Rewards Card, and the American Express® AeroplanPlus® Gold 
Card. Amex Canada Inc. operates the Corporate Travel and Travellers Cheques 
divisions in Canada. American Express opened its first offices in Toronto and 
Hamilton in 1853 and now employs 3,700 Canadians coast-to-coast. For more 
information, visit or connect with us at 
Jolene Sonshine American Express Canada 
SOURCE: American Express 
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