Taco Palenque comes together and dispatches its Food Truck to serve those affected by Hurricane Hanna

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In areas where power and services are still down.

Texas Border Business

A few days after Hurricane Hanna touched down in South Texas, thousands of people remain with no power and are dealing with damages caused by flooding and strong winds. These tough times require the kindness and helpfulness of the community, the reason why employees of Taco Palenque formed a team of 10 members to prepare & serve hot meals in the Rio Grande Valley areas where services are not yet working. 

Today is the first day that the Relief Crew from Taco Palenque visits the area and has already fed 1,000 families in Pharr and Edinburg, TX. The restaurant also had the opportunity to serve in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Although damage caused by Hanna is not near what it was by Harvey, it’s still in the core of Palenque Group to serve families in need after a natural disaster. 

Taco Palenque thanks the community who has been helping out distributing essential items such as water and cleaning products. Also, a huge thank you to the City Commissioners and Mayors of the different areas who supported this cause.

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