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Help Me Tex Campaign and Town Hall Forum to Address Extreme Property Loss
Houston Homeowners Have Had Enough and Want Answers about Recovery

BriefingWire.com, 3/30/2018 – Houston, Texas – Community Leader Tex Christopher has created a solutions approach to help Houstonians to recover their extreme financial losses due to the flood damage and diminished settlement offers that leave them submerged in a rebuilding mess and little options.

“I have assembled a team of heavy-hitters to include city leader servants, legal support, and a network of pre-vetted and approved contractors to help 1,000 or more homeowners to recover 100% or more of their damages on their property and belongings,” says Tex Christopher “We know that people are getting low-balled on their claims and valuations, and we have the resources and a network to help them fight back and recover faster.”

Who should attend? Homeowners who have flood insurance, FEMA claims still pending or are in a forced flood area caused by government engineers and the Harris County Flood Control District.

Event: Help Me Tex Campaign/Town Hall Meeting

Date: Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

Time: 7pm

Location: CT Church – 9701 Almeda Genoa, Houston, Texas 77075

Cost: FREE

Parking: FREE

HashTags: #HelpMeTex #HarveyFullRecovery #MakeThemPay

Featured Speakers: City Councilmen Mike Knox and Michael Kubosh, State Representative Briscoe Cain, Former City Councilman and Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia – Co-Chair to the Flooding and Drainage Committee, Jared Woodfill from Woodfill Law Firm PC, and Eric Dick, Board of Trustees for Harris County Department of Education (Position 2, Precinct 4) and of Dick Law Firm.

Some of the topics of discussion: Hurricane Issues and Impact on Homeowners, reduction of risk and changes in building codes and design, 500-year flood plan and elevation additions, Capital improvements, state programs and input, homeowners insurance and claims, pursuing claims via Harris County Flood Control District, and contractor and re-building issues and solutions.

“I am so proud of how our city came together to assist with rescues and rebuilding. You don’t want to miss this exciting evening of hope,” says Mr. Christopher “We have partnered with an incredible church CT Houston who has done so much to help their community in the area.”

Another town hall is also planned for a future date in April, same location and time with the same powerful team.

To learn more visit: www.HelpMeTex.com


Contact: Tex Christopher

Interviews Available at Event

Direct: 832.233.8879

E-mail: Tex@TexChristopherStudios.com


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