A new El Paso Strong mural can be seen in Sunset Heights near downtown El Paso.

Cadence Lending Group recently commissioned the new mural from Gabe Real who initially created the original El Paso Strong mural located at 1011 N. Cotton St., working all night on August 3, 2019, after the mass shootings that occurred at the Walmart killing 22 people and injuring 24.

Gabe Real’s vision is to have an El Paso Strong Mural in every part of the city. The latest mural in Sunset Heights is one of many that have popped across El Paso including on the Eastside, Central, and West El Paso.

He also plans on expanding the El Paso Strong movement by selling merchandise including stickers, shirts, tank tops, and hats to aid the fundraising efforts of the El Paso Community Foundations Victims’ Fund.

Cinco Houghton, Vice President of Cadence Lending Group invites everyone to stop by and take a picture with the mural and share the image across their social media platforms.

You will find the mural in the Cadence Lending Group parking lot located at 211 W. Yandell Dr. in Sunset Heights.