The Texas businesses below have stepped up to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey. All have sacrificed for the cause of helping their fellow Americans…We love their spirit! The American spirit is alive and well!
We’ve provided a link to the companies who helped so you could send a thank you to them:
Missouri-based Bass Pro Shops is donating the use of more than 80 boats to aid in search and rescue efforts in areas ravaged by the flood waters of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey.Media:
Bass Pro Shops is also supporting the efforts through its Bass Pro Cares Fund and are supporting disaster response organizations by donating relief supplies totaling $40,000.
Houston Bakers Shut in by Harvey Bake Hundreds of Loaves of Bread for Hungry Storm Victims:
A group of Houston bakery employees stuck at work for two days due to flood waters in their area spent their time wisely by baking hundreds of loaves of pan dulce bread to ease the hunger of fellow victims, a report says.
Most parents who visit furniture stores with small children spend time keeping the little ones from jumping on beds or spreading out on couches.
But Houstonian Jim McIngvale is welcoming the bouncing and the spreading at his Gallery Furniture stores in Houston, Texas where he has opened up his stores as shelters for people displaced by tropical storm Harvey.
McIngvale, whose Twitter handle is “Mattress Mac,” opened up two stores as shelters and people can also bring their pets.
King’s Biergarten in Pearland is offering its neighbors a chance to get out of the house Wednesday night, giving out one free beer per person from 6 to 8 p.m.
According to a Facebook post, King’s just wants to give back to the community:
Need a Bier?
We’re opening tonight from 6-8pm.
2 hours only, just 1 beer per person, we’re not accepting payments. This is free.
Just an opportunity to get out the house and talk to your neighbors.
This will be a small crew of (4) people who just want to help the community de-stress for a moment.
Hans will also be there personally. We’ve been part of this community for a long time now.
Get here ONLY if it’s safe.
-No food, this is just us giving back right now.
-Please do not expect real service, this is volunteer work.