Piccadilly helps feed displaced Hurricane Harvey victims

BATON ROUGE, La. (LOCAL 33) (FOX 44) - Piccadilly restaurant locations in Alexandria and Shreveport are providing assistance with Hurricane Harvey relief. Since August 31, Piccadilly Emergency Services has worked in conjunction with state and local government agencies across Alexandria and Shreveport to bolster disaster response efforts. The company activated teams in both areas and has served more than 36,000 meals to date. 

In Alexandria, Piccadilly chose to close a main location temporarily to serve as a warehouse, kitchen and staging center for producing thousands of meals. The Alexandria location will resume normal operating hours beginning with lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 6. Piccadilly plans to continue providing as many meals as possible in Alexandria and Shreveport as evacuees begin to return to Texas.

“Assisting those impacted by Hurricane Harvey through our Piccadilly Emergency Services program is at the heart of what we do as a business,” said Piccadilly Holdings LLC’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Azam Malik. "The recovery process takes time, but it certainly makes things a little easier, having a hearty meal from a friend in your neighboring community. Many Piccadilly team members understand what these people are going through, after having gone through 2016’s Baton Rouge area flooding.” 

Customers are asked to check Piccadilly’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/eatpiccadilly, where additional information on disaster relief efforts will be posted and regularly updated.


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