Posted originally on the conservative tree house on October 16, 2022
Rumble CEO @Chris Pavlovski and Rumble Video Creator @SteveWilldoit stepped up in a major way to help survivors of Hurricane Ian today by sending a convoy of 12 travel trailers and generators into Southwest Florida to support a dozen displaced families. This is a blessed contribution to the recovery effort.
The convoy traveled to Fort Myers where they will be transferred to a dozen families who have lost their homes, providing a temporary housing solution that is much needed. Just an awesome job by the Rumble Video company and a content creator for the platform.
Thousands of people are displaced from their homes in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Pine Island, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island. There isn’t an empty hotel room within 100 miles of Lee County as families struggle to find housing.
There are tents set up in parking lots in the South Fort Myers area as temporary shelters for those unable to find alternative housing. This type of private sector support is very much needed and appreciated. Rumble is headquartered in Longboat Key Florida, and CEO Chris Pavlovski extends his belief in civic stewardship with generous support for those families most severely impacted by the recent storm. Awesome Job. #FloridaStrong
Video of the convoy arriving, below:
A message from Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski on the day Rumble became a public offering, September 23rd: