Extends Community and Employee Support During COVID-19 Pandemic

Native Pride Travel Plaza owner, JC Seneca is again expanding the Company’s giveaway of Azalia’s Juicery immune-boosting juices to health care providers, first responders and professional truck drivers. This is the second extension of the giveaway that began on March 30th and is now slated to end on May 31st. Additionally, Seneca, has announced that the $2/hour pay increase for his employees, initiated on March 16th,, will be extended through the end of May. The businessman notes his decision to continue both initiatives was a matter of giving back.

“The last six weeks have been challenging for businesses, community groups and all people,” Seneca said. “Yet everyday men and women are going out into the community and doing their jobs to ensure that we have needed services and supplies. Extending both the juice giveaway and the pay increase for our employees is the Native Pride way of saying thank you to those individuals for all that they are doing.”

Recently Seneca also announced a partnership between Native Pride and Harmonia Collaborative Care to provide access to virtual mental health therapy services to the people of the Seneca Nation and surrounding rural communities. Harmonia Collaborative Care Flyers are being distributed with food orders from the Native Pride Diner and to convenience store customers. The tele-therapy services are also being promoted through the JC Seneca Foundation and Native Pride website, social media, and public service announcements, as well as through the Harmonia Health Care website and social media network.

Native Pride, located at 11359 Southwestern Blvd in Irving, is open 24-hours, seven days a week. Currently, the diner is serving take-out only. The convenience store is open normal hours. The immune-juice giveaway requires a check-in on a Native Pride social media site.

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