After last week's winter storm caused statewide power outages that wiped out food supplies throughout communities, the Houston Texans helped out by sponsoring five food trucks in Houston's City Council District D.
The Texans provided free meals on Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with help from Texans Legends Travis Johnson, Anthony Hill, Cecil Shorts III, Moran Norris, Eric Brown, Wade Smith, Chester Pitts and Earl Mitchell. City Council District D residents received hot meals from one of five different local food trucks, including Gumbo Xpress, Nacho Monster, Ray's BBQ, Stonefire Pizza and Stuff'd Wings.
"It's one of our pillars to do great things for Houston, and it's what we believe in." said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Cal McNair. "It's in our DNA to do that. We are in the community, we were born here, we live here, we are Texans through and through. We love the community and love being here. We'll do what we can whenever the community needs help. We're here."
Together, they distributed hot dinners at five different City Council District D locations, Unity Bank (2602 Blodgett), Chase Bank (5445 Almeda Road), Edgewood Park (5803 Bellfort), Sunnyside Park (3502 Bellfort) and Sagemont Community Center (11507 Hughes Road).
After last week's winter storm caused statewide power outages that wiped out food supplies throughout communities, Cal and Hannah McNair, Texans Legends helped pass out food at five food trucks in Houston's City Council District D sponsored by the Houston Texans.