Anheuser-Busch Donates 155,000 Cans of Emergency Drinking Water to Southeast Texas

HOUSTON, Texas — In the wake of the chaos and destruction left behind by Hurricane Harvey Anheuser-Busch and it’s local distributor Del Papa Distributing came to the aid of those impacted in Southeast Texas by delivering more than 155,000 cans of emergency drinking water with the help of the American Red Cross.

Since 1988, the St. Louis-based brewing company has donated more than 76 million cans of water to disaster relief efforts, including after Hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Ike and now Harvey.

About Del Papa Distributing Company

In 2010 Del Papa Distributing Company celebrated 100 years of business. From its founding by an Italian immigrant, Omero Del Papa, in Galveston in 1910, to its current operations distributing a variety of brands throughout the Texas Gulf Coast in three major markets, Del Papa is committed to supporting and strengthening the many communities in which its customers and employees live. Del Papa DistributingCompany looks forward to the next 100 years of business as stated in the company’s motto: “Quality people building brands and friendships… one case at a time.”

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