DATG STEPS INTO THE FIRE
Salsa company donates profits to help extinguish the pain in hometown.
Brooklyn, NY (September 30, 2019) – Port Neches, TX? Where is that? In the Southeast corner of Texas is a small simple town with wonderful people and pride. It’s also where part of the largest chemical production plant operations in the United States reside, and a few days ago on Thanksgiving Eve, the town went boom!
From the injured to those with homes blown out to the 60,000 residents having to evacuate due to black chemical filled smoke consuming the air space, this is a tragedy that touches home.
“While I don’t spend too much time these days getting back to where I grew up (the explosion happened about 1.5 miles from my house), this is something that hurts to see and hear as I know what this means and how it effects my family and friends. Port Neches and the surrounding area, Golden Triangle, is highly powered by those working at plants just like this one. It’s literally a way of life.” says Matt Bennett, Founder of DREAMS AREN'T THIS GOOD.
Over the next week, the company will be donating 100% of their online sales profits to the Jefferson County Office of Emergency Management. The salsa company is based out of Brooklyn, where they offer 3 flavors (The Original, The Fighter – Garlic Cilantro, Just Dance – Jalapeno Pineapple) on Amazon.
“Many of my friends currently buy our amazing salsas, but now I hope that we can together get our brand in more hands and in turn help more of the people I know and love. I’m so thankful that we have the opportunity to be able to actually do something to make a difference here, “ says Bennett.
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