Photo Release -- New York Times Bestselling Author Grant Cardone Offers Housing for Hurricane Sandy Evacuees

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| Source: Cardone Training Technologies, Inc.
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MIAMI, Nov. 7, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Grant Cardone announced today he is making apartments at his multi-family property in Charlotte, North Carolina immediately available for evacuees of Hurricane Sandy for two months at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis.

A photo accompanying this release is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=15622

"My heart goes out to those affected by this devastating storm, this is a way for me to help those in need," said Grant Cardone. "As a native of Louisiana I know how traumatic these events can be and during Hurricane Katrina helped dozens by opening up housing at a property I owned in Tucson, Arizona for evacuees of the New Orleans area.

The apartments being offered include 6 three-bedroom two-bathroom units, a two-bedroom one-bathroom unit, and a one-bedroom one-bathroom unit at a property located a few miles east of downtown Charlotte. Evacuees in need of housing should apply online at http://www.liveatsomerstone.com/pages/apply-online.asp.

Please contact Kimberly Ridgely at 504-703-1000 for questions regarding the application process*. Once the 60-day period has been fulfilled a standard leasing agreement can be executed if desired by the tenant.

About Grant Cardone

Grant Cardone is a New York Times best-selling author; star and executive producer of the reality TV show Turnaround King and host of the Cardone Zone radio show. He can be regularly seen on Fox Business, NBC and MSNBC and was named a top 10 Business Coach to follow on Twitter. 

He has authored five books (listed below) all written since the 2008 financial crisis.

-  Sell to Survive
-  The Closers Survival Guide
-  If You're Not First You're Last
-  The 10X Rule
-  Sell or Be Sold

* Applicants must provide evidence of displacement by the storm, meet the credit requirements of the property and have no criminal record. Utilities are the responsibility of the tenant and a security deposit is required.

Fred Tanaka
, 310-777-0255