Tommy walks into Ken's office and finds him talking to Texas property developer Avery Carrington. Avery then tells Tommy about a small company, Spand Express, who own some prime development land and refused to sell it. Avery asks Tommy to destroy the company's delivery trucks, first starting a riot to distract the security guards. Tommy leaves the office and drives to Rafael's to pick up some overalls, before driving to the Spand Express depot. Once there, Tommy starts a riot by attacking some of the striking workers, then kills the remaining security guards and destroys the three delivery trucks parked there.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
Go get some new threads from Rafael's clothes shop
Go to the delivery company
Start fighting at least 4 workers to get a riot started
Destroy the vans in the compound
This mission can be completed without starting a riot if the player gains entry to the compound via a building behind the Spand Express depot. However, the security guards in the compound will open fire on Tommy.
Some explosive barrels can be found in the compound, which the player can shoot to destroy the three trucks.
The player does not need to be wearing the Coveralls Outfit to start the riot, but as a downside of not doing this most Spand Express workers will attack Tommy rather than fight amongst themselves.
Once the mission has ended, the remaining Spand Express workers will continue to riot until they have all been killed. Some of the workers drop large amounts of money when killed, which the player can collect.
This is one of only two missions where Spand Express trucks are available. Their color is different from the one available in Jury Fury. One of the trucks can be kept by destroying it in a safehouse garage if the player owns a safehouse with a garage.
Post Mission Phone Call
Juan Cortez: Hola, is this Mr. Vercetti?
Tommy Vercetti: Yeah.
Juan Cortez: This is Cortez. You were at my party.
Tommy Vercetti: Yeah, I remember.
Juan Cortez: Mr. Vercetti, it was a most unfortunate incident happened with your business deal.
Tommy Vercetti: I know.
Juan Cortez: I want you to know me, and my people are doing their utmost to get to the bottom of it. If you'd like to talk to me more privately , you can find me at the boat, eh? Good day, señor.
Tommy arrives at K. Rosenberg & Co. to find Ken talking with a man he saw at a party he had recently attended. Upon seeing Tommy, Ken asks him if he made any progress in finding out where their missingmoney is. Ken quickly tells Tommy to tell him later.
Ken introduces the man to Tommy as Avery Carrington and says that Tommy should have seen him at the party.
Tommy says that he had seen Avery, but did not talk to him.
Ken tells Tommy that Avery has a business proposition to them.
Tommy is not interested in Avery's propositions and wants to talk to Ken about the money they lost.
Ken reveals that the proposition Avery has would benefit their attempts to find the money.
Avery tells them both to relax and tells Tommy that if he would do some jobs to him, Avery would make sure that any mobsters that would try to come after them would end up dead.
Tommy agrees to Avery's offer and asks what jobs he could take.
Avery reveals that a delivery company has their depot on some land that Avery, a real-estate tycoon, could use, but they refuse to sell it.
Avery compares the company to a prairie rat and says that if he is to get their land, he will have to flush them out from it.
Avery instructs Tommy to head down to the depot and cause some havoc.
Avery tells Tommy that after he causes a ruckus, the security should have their hands full dealing with it, allowing Tommy to head in and destroy their trucks, putting them out of business and letting Avery to buy out the land the depot is on.
Ken also suggests that Tommy goes to Rafael's clothing shop for a change of clothes, even though he may be there only for a short while.
Tommy tells Avery that there'll be a riot.
Before Tommy heads out, Avery tells him that if Tommy succeeds, which he thinks he will, then he is free to stop by his office some time for more work.