Born and raised in Arabi, local businessman Ronnie Lamarque helps those affected by tornadoes

Born and raised in Arabi, local businessman Ronnie Lamarque helps those affected by tornadoes



Happy to see you again. We live here in Arabia with someone who really needs no introduction. Local businessman, car dealership owner Ronnie Lamarque. This is the neighborhood of your childhood. First time on the ground. Give us your opinion. Well, you know, I was born in 6 12 million street million charters in Arabian Louisiana. I’m an arabian. Not a foundation. Sorry guys. Anyway, uh, when I looked, uh, well, first of all, my dad was the janitor at Araby School Moment School on Frisco City. 20 years. That’s where I got all my money. Everybody. He was earning $252 every two weeks. Anyway, you never know what can happen in America if you work hard, who knows? Anyway, Travis, I watched what was going on. I heard my phone was starting to explode. What’s going on? What happens at Arabic bingo? And I saw the devastation. I’ve been through Betsy, I’ve been through Katrina now we have a tornado, don’t we? Lord Lord, do you know how much you can give her? She says I can give you all you can bear. My grace is enough. And immediately I called Louie Roussel said Louie, we have to do something for the parish said, what do you want to do? I said, I want to house my wife Natasha and I want to invest $100,000. He said, well, Sally and I bet 100,000 Ronnie. Michel was on the phone. Him and Amanda. He said, well, I’m good for 25,000. I’m giving you that information. This man can’t count. It’s $100 100 at 25. He tells everyone 50. So good Ronnie Michael says, Dad, I’ll go the other 25,000. He says take it out of my pay. I want son, you’re gonna stay a long time to get that money back. Either way, it’s too good. Yes, because you can’t count. What’s good is 250,000, or a quarter of a million dollars. So do you think you just saw the ward president? Sheriff here, do you think the money is in good hands? And what do you want to see yourself? Well, you could ask him a question a minute ago about guaranteed sheriff. This money is guaranteed. Uh Mr McGinnis. This money that will arrive next week, we will place it in good hands. I knew Sheriff Coleman’s father. I mean, I know everything, he’s the parish man. I grew up here, Duck Parish. The money, I totally believe it’s going to be in the right hands because when it leaves my hand and the Holy Bible, it’s on them Travis. I put it to them and they will hurt all the people hurt. And they’re going to give them the money very quickly in about 20 seconds because we don’t have any other time here. The people here are resilient. You think everyone is going to come back and rebuild. I totally believe because you know, uh, bad things happen. Sometimes bad things happen to good people. Um yeah you gotta be 42 you gotta have resilience and you gotta believe to come back and build, man, this is parish, we can get over this and I’m doing this to help you think I didn’t have, I didn’t have to, I could have been silent, I’m not silent. Other people have to come and follow me on my peloton tails and put in more money. Let’s go with a million or two. A few million. Some of these people don’t even have insurance and you have to fight injustice please. It’s a lot. Travis, okay, I appreciate that we can talk all day with you. Unfortunately, we are on time. Thank you for your donation. Thank you Lamarque Motor Company. It’s personal. Thank you. Agreed. Ronnie Lamarque from Arabia is the neighborhood salesman of his childhood. Send it back you know we love Ronnie Lamarque and his son Ronnie, thank you so much for this donation. Thanks Travis, I appreciate it. You see, it’s the spirit of people here surrendering and supporting each other.

Born and raised in Arabi, local businessman Ronnie Lamarque helps those affected by tornadoes

Born and raised in Arabi, local car dealership, businessman Ronnie Lamarque, his family and close friends donated $250,000 to tornado relief efforts in St. Bernard Parish: Interview with Meckel with Lamarque in the attached video clip.

Born and raised in Arabi, local auto dealer, businessman Ronnie Lamarque, his family and close friends donated $250,000 to tornado relief efforts in St. Bernard Parish:

Natasha and Ronnie Lamarque $100,000

Sally & Louie Roussel $100,000

Amanda and Ronnie Lamarque, Jr. $50,000

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WATCH Travers Meckel’s interview with Lamarque in the attached music video.

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