by Greg Morago | Houston Chronicle | June 24, 2021
Rapper and community activist Trae tha Truth is lending his clout to a new project, a Katy ice cream shop, that will employ special needs young adults.
The Katy shop, 20920 Katy Fwy., will open July 22, Trae announced, adding that the business will provide an opportunity for special needs people to have a chance to work and be supported. “We hope to change the way the world looks at everyone,” Trae posted on Instagram.
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Mackensy Lunsford | Asheville Citizen Times | November 16, 2020
ASHEVILLE – A business with a mission to build opportunities for people with special needs has its sights set on Asheville for expansion.
Pete and Betsy Brewer will be behind a new South Asheville location of Howdy Homemade Ice Cream. Founded in Texas by Tom Landis, Howdy became one of the state’s top employers of special needs workers.
Loretta Ruggiero | HoustonPress | July 2, 2021
Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, 20920 Katy Freeway, will open July 22. The opening of the ice cream shop just so happens to coincide with Trae Dayand local Houston rapper Trae Da Truth just happens to be a partner in the franchise, along with Roderick Batson, a longtime friend of the artist.
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