Mike Lindell Travels to Florida to Distribute 12,000 Pillows for Hurricane Relief and Advertise His Products in Front of Destroyed Homes


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  • Mike Lindell was seen handing out pillows in Fort Myers, Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

  • He told Insider that his company has shipped more than 12,000 pieces of bedding to Florida.

  • He also introduced the MyPillow promo code on Steve Bannon’s podcast.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell took the opportunity to distribute pillows to those affected by Hurricane Ian in Florida this week and promote his products on Steve Bannon’s podcast.

Lindell toured Fort Myers on Thursday to meet people whose property was destroyed by Hurricane Ian, one of the worst storms the state has seen. landed on September 28 as Category 4 Storm When left extensive wreckage in its wake.

Lindell told Insider that his company sent 12,386 items to Florida. Among them were 7,264 of his MyPillows, 2,566 “Bible pillows,” and 2,556 blankets, which were loaded into a truck that arrived in Florida on Thursday.

“People were very grateful. They were very friendly and we prayed with many of them,” Lindell told an insider.

In a Facebook post on Thursday, Franklin Graham, president of the Samaritan Purse and Billy Graham Evangelistic Society, thanked Lindell for the visit.

“These will mean a lot to people who have lost everything. He even brought a children’s pillow with pictures of Bible stories,” Graham said of Lindell’s visit.

Lindell also took the opportunity to insert a MyPillow promo code into Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast.

“They could have one for themselves and it would help support everything today,” Lindell told Bannon, with a home that appeared to have been destroyed by the hurricane.

This isn’t the first time Lindell has sent pillows to support the cause. during February He promised to send MyPillows to truckers protesting at the Freedom Convoy — A convoy of disgruntled truck drivers blocking a major road Crossing the US-Canada borderA shipment of 12,000 pillows was later Delay at border crossing from Michigan to Canada.

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