Sales of New Cookbook Aid Japan Relief Fund

"Global LT has always been an advocate of helping within the community and with organizations such as the American Red Cross to support those who cannot help themselves," said Kristin Lambert, global marketing manager.

A new cookbook has been produced with a charitable goal: For each copy of "A Culinary Journey with Global LT" sold in April, Global LT will donate $15 to the American Red Cross for Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund. Global LT, based in Troy, Mich., provides language training and translation services to global companies, along with cultural training and expatriate relocation services.

"Global LT has always been an advocate of helping within the community and with organizations such as the American Red Cross to support those who cannot help themselves. Our global colleagues worked collectively to create a cookbook that could be used for causes such as the American Red Cross' Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief," said Kristin Lambert, global marketing manager. "We have employees and students in Japan, so we feel the direct effects of what they are going through. Taking it one step further to show support to the entire country was a natural progression."

For information and to order copie of the cookbook, visit this website.

The book was created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Global LT, which said the name and emblem of the American Red Cross are used with ARC's permission and do not constitute any endorsement of any product, service, company, opinion, or political position. The book features more than 200 recipes representing 30 countries.

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