Bass Pro Shops Sending Over 80 Boats to Help Harvey Rescue Operations
Over 3,000 people have already been rescued.

Bass Pro Shops is pitching in to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey by sending over 80 boats and $40,000 in supplies to relief aid teams that have already rescued more than 3,000 people, Fox Business reported.

Bass Pro Shops, which paid $4.2 billion to merge with Cabela's (CAB) earlier this year, is sending Tracker boats and protein-rich foods to government agencies and rescue organizations including the American Red Cross and Convoy of Hope.

Bass Pro has seven stores and seven boating centers in Texas, with three in the Houston area. The company's Bass Pro Cares Fund is offering financial support for company employees in the affected areas.

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