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Jim McIngvale, owner of several Gallery Furniture stores in coastal Texas said he opened two of his showrooms to house victims of Hurricane Harvey.

McIngvale said that, unlike passenger cars, his delivery trucks can drive through four feet of water.

So, he sent his employees out into the community to take people from their homes and bring them to sleep in his showroom.

"We slept 200 people during Hurricane Katrina," he said. "[It's our] company culture."

"People are more important than profits," McIngvale added. "We brought them out here because these are our people and we got to take care of them."

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