The city of Houston has been dealing with massive flooding for days. First responders, who have been dealing with rescuing people from the floods, are no doubt extremely fatigued.
Whataburger, the fast food chain based out of San Antonio, Texas, is doing a little something special that is sure to have big meaning for all first responders throughout the Houston area.
Every uniformed first responder in the Houston area has been invited to go to any of the 129 Whataburgers in the Houston metro area for a free meal now through midnight on April 23.
Due to the recent flooding, uniformed first responders are welcome for a free meal at all Houston area locations until midnight, April 23rd.
— Whataburger® (@Whataburger) April 20, 2016
The popular chain received praise for their actions from many on Twitter.
— Jason (@_ItsJayson) April 20, 2016
@Whataburger Yet, another reason why I love you, Whataburger!❤️
— Cathy Frasier (@NGCONE) April 20, 2016
One guy even got Kobe Bryant in on the action.
— Austin Luu (@Aussome1) April 20, 2016
But perhaps this tweet sums it up with their hashtag used at the end.
— Fort Worth Outfitter (@fwoutfitters) April 20, 2016
Well done, Whataburger. (no pun intended)
h/t ABC 13