MJ&H sending team to Houston to feed workers

Team Radio Marketing Group - September 1, 2017 8:55 am

The widespread flooding and devastation created by Hurricane Harvey has moved MJ&H Fabrication, Inc., to jump into action!

The company is sending a team to Houston to help feed the workers assisting with the cleanup effort and those in need.

“We are reaching out to local businesses for any contributions that may help in our efforts,” said Jacob Seaton, purchasing manager for MJ&H.

“We will be taking our competition smoker to Bethel Tabernacle located in Houston,” he said. “We will be leaving this coming Saturday morning. The contributions needed to make this meal a success would be anything that could be smoked (any meats, beans, etc.) Also, items such as water, Gatorade, paper products or monetary donations would be greatly appreciated.”

To donate items, call (580) 749-5339 or drop items off at 2120 Hall Blvd. in Ponca City. If you would like to donate something but do not have a way to deliver it, MJ&H can also help with that.


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