BASS PRO SHOPS, UNDER ARMOUR AMONG CORPORATIONS DONATING TO HARVEY RELIEF

Bass Pro Shops and Under Armour (UAA) and are among the corporations known to have contributed to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The Bass Pro Cares Fund has donated supplies totaling $40,000 to disaster response organizations and an additional 80 tracker boats, that are being used by local police, fire and rescue teams on the ground in Houston and other Texas communities. Under Armour has pledged to match all donation’s to Team Rubicon, up to $500,000, for operation shallow draft. Athletes, owners and leagues have all pitched in as well, with Rockets owner Les Alexander making a $10 million pledge.

Houston area to get rescue boats from Bass Pro Shops

Howie Long-Short: While the hurricane has yet to come to an end, recovery costs could reach as high as $160 billion, or roughly the amount of destruction from Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy combined. Want to help?  Here is how you can.

Fan Marino: Among athletes, no one has done more than J.J. Watt.  The Texans star’s fund has raised over $10 million, after starting with a $200,000 goal.

Author: John Wall Street

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