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P & L Translations Offers Free Spanish Translations to Nashville Nonprofits
Nashville, TN — April 2, 2012 — P & L Translations has announced that it will provide free Spanish translations for nonprofit organizations located in the Nashville, TN area.  
Many nonprofits that serve the Hispanic community are facing budget cutbacks that affect their ability to provide translated information to their clients. "We're offering this service because donations to nonprofits have been lower the past few years, but the need to communicate with their Latino customers is growing," according to Janine Libbey, a partner at P & L Translations. Certified 501(c)3 organizations are eligible receive free English to Spanish translations of up to 250 words. "Nashville has been very good to our company so we want to do our part to help local nonprofits at a time when their resources are stretched," said Libbey.   
Certified 501(c)3 organizations should contact P & L Translations for more information (

P & L Translations provides translation services to government agencies, private industry and nonprofit organizations. The company is a certified Women Business Enterprise in the state of Tennessee. Call 615.594.8670 or visit for more information on how translations can be part of your organization's growth strategy.

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We offer all local nonprofits a free English to Spanish translation so that they can communicate with their Hispanic clients.   Some of the organizations P & L Translations has helped include a provider of legal services, animal shelters, a group promoting early childhod literacy, a nonprofit that helps victims of domestic abuse, and medical clinics. 

Helping Nashville nonprofits give Spanish speakers access to information in their language is important to us.  The nonprofits are thrilled that they can serve more members of the community, and that a local business values their service. 

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