Hurricane Harvey hit Texas very hard. The city of Houston, one of the most populous in the United States, is covered by water: the inhabitants lost their home, and many were trapped, failing to escape on time. Aids have grown steadily, and even one of the fast-food chains is trying to do it.
PizzaHut began delivering pizza to the floodwaters using kayaks. The idea was Shayda Habib, the manager of the PizzaHut in Sugar Land, Texas, who wanted to do his part to help. She put her husband in labor and called six of his employees to prepare more than 100 pizzas and deliver them to the Texans who were locked in their homes without any chance of getting out.
The ideal means of transport was kayak: Habib managed to gather some, and he succeeded in his intent, making more than one family happy.
The initiative also had a huge success on social issues. Here are the reactions of Twitter users.
thats awesome. great job!!! bonuses all around!!— Timothy P Kirwan (@tkirwan) August 30, 2017
Shout out to these people. The response to this hurricane has done a lot to restore my faith in humanity— Jason Phillips (@AngryZan) August 31, 2017
Awesome job by your Texas Oak Lake Pizza Hut team 👊I am sure they brought a lot of smiles to weary & worried faces 👍🍕🙌🙌🙌😃— Bob Legg (@ousoonerchief) August 31, 2017
Yet another reason to go to @pizzahut . Great pizza and even better people.— SchimoFam4 (@SchimoFam4) August 31, 2017