Scott Presler Returns to Cleanup Houston!

The Houston Courant | 12/6/2019 | David Phaup
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Texas will be much cleaner after this upcoming weekend as Scott Presler, conservative activist and environmental steward, returns to Harris County. Over the last year, the 31-year-old spearheaded initiatives to cleanup cities and empower communities across the United States including Chicago, Baltimore, and Los Angeles. He now plans to tackle our very own city of Houston this Saturday.

In a phone call with the Houston Courant, Scott’s enthusiasm was earnest, “I used to live in Galveston and League City and have roots in the greater Houston area. We want to go into the areas that have been neglected and show that we do care. We want to show love.”

Presler - Talent - Citizens - Leaders - Cause

Presler has a talent for bringing ordinary citizens and local leaders together for a good cause. His charisma and positivity are contagious and inspire others to join the clean city initiative. Scott utilizes his significant social media presence to stir up support and get volunteers. The interactions and photos from these events have gone viral.

Scott wanted to make a positive change in America, and didn’t have to go far to do so. Miles north of his residence is the city of Baltimore where people struggle with drugs, violence, and poverty. He has visited the city three times to force a positive change, and his volunteers have left the streets cleaner and citizens happier.

Preparation - Event - Permits - City - Dumpsters

In preparation for one event, he requested permits from the city to deploy dumpsters for trash collection. After three days of phone inquiries and bureaucratic slow-walking, Scott made the call to move forward. They cleaned without permits or the city’s help. Ironically, the city responded days later with a denial citing traffic concerns.

The first Baltimore cleanup drew about 170 people. The second rallied 140 volunteers. A third followed in October with over one hundred volunteers. December 14th will...
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