Keller Williams Responds to Hurricane Harvey

Keller Williams Responds to Hurricane Harvey

published on August 29, 2017 by Columbia County

Proud to be associated with one of the national real estate firms sending support in response to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Keller Williams’ charity arm, KW Cares, has three bright-red 18-wheeler trucks parked at a depot outside Austin, Texas, ready to enter Houston.

Packed with generators, nonperishable food, diapers, cleaning supplies, wheelbarrows, flashlights and more, the trucks have been prepared to roll out since Monday, when Hurricane Harvey continued to make its ugly way through the region and wreak havoc.

With 16 market centers and 4,400 associates in Harvey’s footprint, Keller Williams has also lined up three warehouses to help with the aftermath — one in San Antonio, one in Corpus Christi and one in the dryer part of Houston. But because of the way the storm has developed, Houston will be the command center. By Friday, the warehouse will be fully staffed.
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