Expedia, one of the largest U.S. airlines, announced Monday that it is selling relief packages to Americans with the help of Biden’s team.
The company said it was also selling more than $10 million worth of “expense reimbursements,” as well as other goods, to Americans who need them.
“The relief packages offered by Expedia and other companies to our American customers are an important tool in helping families, businesses, and our nation to get back to work and keep their homes, lives, and jobs safe,” Expedia CEO Craig J. Barr said in a statement.
“These relief packages help families and businesses with the costs of disaster relief, while also helping businesses and their employees and customers get back on their feet and secure their lives.”
The company also offered $10,000 in free food to Americans.
Biden, who has been struggling with health issues, has not yet returned to the campaign trail.
He is scheduled to meet with the National Rifle Association, which has urged his supporters to get rid of Trump.
The Biden administration has been trying to get its message out in a way that appeals to a broader group of voters.
That includes the military, which is one of Expedia’s largest customers, as well companies like Uber and Expedia Travel, which offer expedited service to people with temporary visas.
Biden has also visited the Carrier plant in Indianapolis, where he will announce a $50 million investment to boost the economy.