I went to the Norton clean-up for a few hours on Saturday;
I can't speak as an official representative, but it sure seems like they
could use a loaner Disc-washer.
If anybody has any kind of LP vacuum-washer-brusher contraption, you might
consider offering them a temporary loan.
Friendly folks, great label, and good vibes all around considering the
depth of the destruction.
On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Schooley, John <
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> If you aren't friends with Norton Records or any fans of the label on
> Facebook, you may have missed any updates about the situation there.
> The Norton blog has some photos and updates:
> There was also a story about Norton on Huffington Post today. The video
> linked here is really heartbreaking. It gives you a good idea of the
> kind of damage their warehouse and stock of records suffered, as well as
> the scope of the mess now left to clean up:
> -John Schooley
> John Schooley, MSIS
> Austin History Center
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