Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief

Hurricane Harvey has taken a devastating toll on the lives of the people of Houston, as well as the infrastructure that supports the City.  Republic Parking has over one hundred employees in Houston, operating parking facilities in the Theatre District and George R. Brown Convention Center, a number of which are now filled with flood water.  The company is expressing its continuing support for those affected employees and clients, who are now resolved to return the parking facilities to operating status to serve and support the City of Houston at its commercial and entertainment center.

Republic Parking, together with its parent company, Impark, is responding to requests from its employees across the remainder of the United States, and Canada, seeking to support our colleagues, their families, friends and neighbors in Houston.  The company has established an American Red Cross funding page helping people affected by Hurricane Harvey, as well as a donation page for the Greater Houston Food Bank.

Please join Republic Parking in making a donation by following these links:

 

American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief

 

Greater Houston Food Bank

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