Geller said the company is shutting down operations to lend a hand where it can, and has one more boat it could send if officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency feel it’s needed.
“It’s going to be a substantial hit, especially with Labor Day weekend coming up, but it’s the right thing to do,” Geller said. “We’ve got a lot of friends and family in Houston, and we know they’d be here to help us if the tide was turned the other way.”
Austin Duck Adventures’ fleet of amphibious vehicles can operate on roadways or in deep water, making them ideal for traversing the flooded neighborhoods and highways spread across much of East Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.