The auto parts retailer and the National Guard have teamed up to launch a campaign to encourage members of the public to pledge $1 million to help alleviate the impact of the devastating floods in Texas.

The campaign is No More Fake, a partnership between the companies that owns and operates the company’s sister brands, Smyth and Myth Auto Parts.

The campaign will be launched on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 10 a.m.

ET on the companies Facebook page.

The campaigns goal is to reach 10,000 people per day and is aimed at the people of the Houston area.

The effort was inspired by a story in the Houston Chronicle on Jan. 7 that described a $500 donation by the Houston Rockets’ owner Leslie Alexander to flood victims and their loved ones.

That donation came from Alexander, who has donated millions of dollars to various flood relief and flood relief organizations and is an avid golfer.

The Chronicle article said Alexander had also pledged to donate $1.5 million to the Red Cross.

While Alexander and Smyhth did not respond to requests for comment, the Houston Astros have previously donated millions to flood relief efforts.

The Smyths company, which was founded in 1977, was founded by Paul “The King” Smythan, who died in 2004.

His son Paul “Snyth” Snyth is the company president.

The company’s motto is “Our hearts are with our brothers and sisters.”

“Our hearts will be with those who need our help, regardless of their circumstance, and we will work hard to make it happen,” the company said in a statement.

Smyth said the company has a long history of making contributions to flood aid efforts.

In 2016, the company donated $20 million to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas, and in 2014, the organization spent $500 million to provide assistance to flood survivors in Texas and Louisiana.

Smyhtas goal is for the company to contribute $1 billion to flood recovery efforts, according to its Facebook page .

The company is currently in the process of raising its $1-million goal.

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