Fire Destroys Small Business in Walburg Texas

On 9-10-2020, the small community of Walburg Texas lost one of its thriving businesses in a catastrophic fire. CPI Products 65,000 sq. ft. manufacturing building and offices were completely destroyed.

Since 1977, CPI has been manufacturing plastic and fiberglass products for the aerial lift industry at this Walburg Texas location. They employed 37 individuals, most of whom are now forced to find an immediate way to care for their families in the wake of this devastating fire. A number of employees have been with CPI for close to 20 years and many more for for over a decade.

The aim of the company is to rebuild and bring each one of the employees back to work ASAP.  However, even the most optimistic among us know this will take some time.

Your donation will be a gift going directly to the employees to assist in all aspects of  their financial needs at this time. It takes a village to help them and we appreciate the overwhelming support the community has shown. Thank you in advance for your gift in helping these hard working individuals at this very difficult time in their lives. 51277504_1600313560548054_r.jpeg




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    • $1,000 
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    • $50 
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Cynthia Belk 
Georgetown, TX
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