Ed Hansch, left, of Gig Harbor and Bill Falconer of Lakewood, employees of Tacoma Tent & Awning, spent Tuesday making 100-foot-long sections of vinyl boom to be used in the gulf oil spill. The company has hired three new crews to help build the booms for the spill.
Ed Hansch, left, of Gig Harbor and Bill Falconer of Lakewood, employees of Tacoma Tent & Awning, spent Tuesday making 100-foot-long sections of vinyl boom to be used in the gulf oil spill. The company has hired three new crews to help build the booms for the spill. The Olympian
Ed Hansch, left, of Gig Harbor and Bill Falconer of Lakewood, employees of Tacoma Tent & Awning, spent Tuesday making 100-foot-long sections of vinyl boom to be used in the gulf oil spill. The company has hired three new crews to help build the booms for the spill. The Olympian

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