The Man Who Saved Houston Is Opening His Doors To The Needy Yet Again

Jim McIngvale, aka, Mattress Mack is out to help his community yet again. You might remember him for his actions following Hurricane Harvey's destruction of the city of Houston. Mack is the owner of Gallery Furniture who opened up his doors during the massive flooding after Hurricane Harvey devastated the region. People were able to seek shelter under his roof for absolutely free. He helped feed, cloth and shelter people who had lost their homes and everything else they owned.

He received national attention for his selfless gestures, and he continued even after the initial emergency was averted. He decided that he needed to do something for the first respondents who risked their lives during the disaster. Mack purchased 90 tickets to game six of the American League Championship Series so that first responders could take in a Houston Astros's game as they worked their way towards their first World Series title.

Some people would feel that they had done enough for the people around them at this point, not Mack. He is opening his doors to the community yet again.

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