We at Landlocked have been inspired by the generosity and resiliency on display in our community in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
Our crew members are among the many hard-working individuals who rolled up their sleeves and got to work after the storm. The Landlocked family is stepping up and helping each other wherever needed, removing fallen trees and debris from each other’s homes, etc.
Additionally, Landlocked has made its facilities available to first responders, who are using the space to assist those affected by the storm. We are honored to serve as a hub for relief efforts during this time.
Above all, we are thankful that our team members are alive and well. Our offices and hangars at Landlocked did sustain some damage, but fortunately all of it’s fixable. Repairs can and will be made as soon as possible.
The name of the game in 2020 seems to be “adapt and endure.” Our community is resilient, and so are we. Every challenge we face only makes us stronger and brings us closer together.
There’s no shortage of work to be done, but there’s also no shortage of highly motivated neighbors, coworkers and friends, ready and willing to do whatever is needed.
Now is a time to buckle up and dig deep. To every friend, customer and vendor who has wished us well and offered their help, we thank you. Let’s rebuild even better than before.