Savannah, GA., November 16, 2016 – Local personal injury attorney and Lowcountry native Mike Hostilo is giving away over 300 turkeys on Monday, November 21, 2016 from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club, located at 510 East Charlton Street in Savannah. The giveaway is first come, first served.
“The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of America is to enable young people to reach their potential. It’s important to me,” Hostilo said. “I’m looking forward to giving away a lot of turkeys again this year!”
For information about the turkey giveaway, please contact Sean Compton at (912) 659-0947
More About the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club: http://bgcsavannah.org/
For over 100 years, The Boys & Girls Club of America has shaped young people into productive, caring, responsible citizens. About 4,000 clubs throughout the U.S. and affiliated youth-centers on oversea U.S. military bases serve nearly 4 million young people annually through membership and community outreach programs. Savannah’s Frank Callen and Kayton-Frazier Boys & Girls Clubs offer recreational facilities for thousands in the area and feature gymnasiums, teen center, game rooms, kids café, computer, and art rooms.
More About Mike Hostilo: http://www.attorneymikehostilo.com
Mike Hostilo has practiced personal injury law in Savannah and the Coastal Empire for over 20 years. His practice is devoted to injury victims throughout Georgia. Hostilo values hard work, discipline, and an open mind. He credits his unique upbringing in the Lowcountry by a Marine father and Japanese-American mother as a great influence on making him a tireless lawyer for the people. Hostilo’s volunteer work and community donations emphasize supporting those most in need of legal and emergency response services, such as veterans and the youth.