Houston businessman taking 100 veterans to Game One of the World

Houston businessman taking 100 veterans to Game One of the World Series

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Jim McIngvale, more commonly known as "Mattress Mack" in the Houston area, is taking 100 veterans to Game One of the World Series. 

McIngvale is taking veterans from Houston's Camp Hope, which offers temporary housing for veterans and their families suffering from PTSD complications. Camp Hope also has a 90+ day PTSD recovery program.  

McIngvale built his fortune by starting Gallery Furniture which is consistently ranked as one of the top furniture retailers in the country. 

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