FRIDAY, JULY 11 (HOUSTON) – Shale Support Global Holdings, LLC is providing its local community of Picayune, Mississippi, with sand in the face of upcoming Tropical Storm Barry. Shale Support will be delivering sand in Picayune on Friday, July 11, for local residents and businesses to utilize in preparation of the storm.
Tropical Storm Barry is expected to make landfall within the area on Saturday, July 12, and is predicted to bring intense rainfall that could result in severe flooding. With an alarming forecast of up to 20-25 inches of accumulated water in some areas, people in Louisiana and Mississippi are preparing for the worst.
“The Picayune community and its residents are extremely important to Shale Support. They have been staunch supporters of our company and we are honored that we now have the chance to support them during this time,” says Shale Support CEO Kevin Bowen.
Shale Support will continue to provide sand to the community in the wake of the storm in order to meet the community’s needs.