EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) -- AT&T is working with the Segundo Barrio community to paint a mural on a neighborhood basketball court.
The painting is part of the company's Revive tu Cancha program, made possible by "AT&T Believes."
The mural is located at 59 East 9th Avenue in the Segundo Barrio. Artist Gabriel Gaytan will pull inspiration from the community to paint a mural celebrating the U.S.-Mexico bicentennial.
Volunteers will be out helping to paint the mural Wednesday afternoon.
ABC-7 will provide complete team coverage of the painting process and the finished product. Watch our evening newscasts to learn more.
AT&T spokesperson, Carlos Martinez, says AT&T has painted over 50 courts in Mexico and the United States along the border as part of their Revive the Court program.
“AT&T, of course, has a presence in Mexico, two countries, one network. And so these courts in that same way demonstrate our relationship, our connectivity to Mexico and the fact that, you know, we really are one culture on the border," said Martinez.