Here at Daryl Flood Relocation & Logistics, we take pride in going the extra mile to provide outstanding service to not only our customers, but our communities in which we serve. It’s this attitude we look for in everyone who becomes one of our best Houston movers, and this was on display following the tragic events that occurred recently in West, Texas.
A very special Thank You to all of you who participated last week in doing what we could for the people of West. The effort started with one guy, Jody Pena, doing what he could when he found himself on I-35 in the vicinity of West just about the time of the explosion. He loaded his truck with cases of water and headed back to the hectic scene on Wednesday night with much needed supplies.
It continued over the next two days with so many of you pitching in to collect and deliver everything from personal items to pet supplies to the people of West. All of our offices did something to reach out and let our neighbors know that we cared and we stood ready to give what we could to help them begin the process of recovery.
Kevin Wicks and Tim Cox took the time to delivery items collected in Coppell to West on Saturday morning. Linda Carithers collected donations and went shopping on her lunch hour to buy things listed on the “most needed” list. Gail Hughes brought a load of pet food so that the dogs and cats of the area would be taken care of. Donna Gum collected contributions in her neighborhood and brought them into the office.
Here is a note from Kevin Wicks describing what he experienced last week:
As you can see in the pictures, my Suburban is filled up all the way to the front seats (I removed the back row and put the middle row up). And Tim Cox also took a number of boxes for his trip to West. While it is not a surprise, the generosity of the Daryl Flood team is overwhelming. The culture and philosophy “to feel a responsibility to our community” is certainly alive and well at Daryl Flood. Many people asked what was needed and then went out and purchased items. Others went through their closets on short notice last night and brought in big bags full of clothes. I am proud to be part of such a giving and caring group. I know the hundreds of people affected by the tragedy in West will appreciate these items for weeks to come.
Daryl Flood Dependable is an ideal that we do our best to live up to. It applies to the way we treat our customers, each other and the communities in which we serve. Last week was certainly a time when this ideal was lived out fully. Thank you all for making this a very special place to work.