Bubba’s 33 Helping Unemployed Amarillo Service Industry Workers
During these incredibly trying days of COVID-19 and the economy taking such a hit, Bubba’s 33 is reaching out to help Service Industry workers who have fallen on hard times.
Many West Texas restaurants and food vendors have had to reduce workforce and some have had to cease operations, leaving employees and families in survival mode. Bubba's 33 wants to help those folks who are hurting. Bubba’s 33 Amarillo has always been a vibrant part of the Texas spirit and recognizes all people as a part of their family. At Bubba’s 33 in Amarillo, everyone matters.
Friday July 24, Bubba’s 33 is opening their doors to Service Industry workers who have been affected by the pandemic locally. From 3 P.M to 5 P.M. Bubba’s 33 will be handing out Care Packages to anyone who needs a helping hand due to a lay off or termination. The Care Packages will be filled with freebies from other local businesses and even personal hygiene items and other surprises.
Losing a job and not knowing what your future will hold is scary and difficult, Bubba’s 33 understands and cares for all those who are facing hard times.
Care Packages are limited in quantity, please bring your last June paystub, for more information please visit Bubba’s 33 Facebook page.
For those interested in a career at Bubba’s 33 you can apply online here.