The truck/van sharing platform will be free for users in the affected area who are managing the aftermath of unprecedented Houston flooding.
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - HOUSTON - Aug 31, 2017 - Inspired by the cajun Navy, Truxx will open its platform to help co-ordinate truck and van drivers who are willing to help those residence flooded by hurricane Harvey.
Truxx (http://www.truxxit.com/), the popular truck-sharing app. that allows people to order a truck on-demand, has announced the launch of TruxxVolunteer, a service that extends the Truxx platform to residence, businesses and anyone flooded or otherwise affected by Hurricane Harvey at no cost.
The impact of this massive event will be long felt and rebuilding will take time. Truxx is committed to helping the Houston community by opening the Truxx platform to help pair truck owners who want to help Houston residence, small businesses and others in need with those who need the service.
“In 2011 we experienced first hand catastrophic flooding in Upstate NY,” said Joe Hess, Truxx, Partner and Chief Operating Officer. “We know that once the media and national attention has moved on, many folks will still be faced with cleanup and rebuilding. It can be a long process. From our experience, recovery requires community support and folks helping each other. We think Truxx can aid in that process – even if it’s in some small measure”
Users in the affected area who need the Truxx service simply enter ‘HoustonRebuild’ in the description and the service will be available at no charge.
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