SAN ANTONIO, TX (August 27, 2017) - In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, H-E-B is prepared to provide relief to storm-torn communities. H-E-B has mobilized its Emergency Response Team and dispatched its Disaster Response Units (DRUs) and the H-E-B Mobile Kitchens to the H-E-B at 1505 E. Rio Grande in Victoria.
The convoy of more than 15 vehicles, which includes the DRUs, two H-E-B Mobile Kitchens, water and fuel tankers and H-E-B trailers, will deliver much-needed relief supplies and services to the communities in the affected hurricane area. More than 100 H-E-B Partners (employees) have volunteered to accompany the convoy and assist affected residents. Supplies to be delivered include food, water, ice, dry goods and medicine.
H-E-B's DRUs are fully equipped with an H-E-B Pharmacy and mobile Business Services unit, which allows displaced residents to fill prescriptions, cash checks and pay bills, as well as provide access to an ATM. The H-E-B Mobile Kitchens, two 45-foot-long food preparation facilities that are each designed to serve up to 2,500 meals per hour, will set up and serve hot meals to first responders and storm victims.
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