The City of Houston has come together in a way that showed the rest of the world the great that the city is. You saw communties come together in rebuilding, helping, and you can still see some of the damages caused by record flooding in the area. Now we can celebrate a victory as whole with the Houston Astros winning the world championship! Many claim the devastation after Harvey was one one of the motives that powered the Astros, but there are many other things that have happened that you may have missed, like Justin Furstenfeld from platinum-selling rock band, Blue October, giving away a car to a needed family. Justin's partnership with Don McGill Toyota Houston has allowed him to help those in need, and being a Houston native, he wanted to give back to the community.

On October 23, Rod McClain along with his family and Blue October fans were invited to the Toyota Center where the Rockets would play against the Memphis Grizzlies. After hearing the family's story, having watched in disbelief as everything they owned, along with hope, floated away, Justin and Don McGill Toyota came up with an idea to assist the McClain family.

The first giveaway Justin and Don McGill Toyota did was back in late August and you can read it here.

During the halftime, the McClain family, who sat courtside with Justin, were presented with a new car to replace the one they lost. The McClain family also had the opportunity to have Justin perform to them in serenade style, a very special performance. This is all part of Justin's idea of giving back after he was helped during some of the darkest moments in his life. This campaign with Don McGill Toyota is called #DrivingHoustonHome ! The city of Houston is a hub for compassion, giving,and celebration so be sure to share the love and all the good stories happening around Houston!