The bar owner in Georgia found an ingenious way to show solidarity to the people who worked with her and became unemployed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Jennifer Knox - the owner of the Sand Bar in the beach area of Tybee Island - decided to remove the thousands of dollar bills that adorned the premises from the walls in order to donate that money, CNN reported.
For years, patrons of the bar stuck money on the walls, something that became a tradition. However, the owner remodeled the premises, painting the walls, to give that money to people in need. The owner shared her initiative on social networks, commenting that she now had time to patiently remove all the tickets. In the end he collected a sum of this, the best of the people come out and that is what will help us to get ahead. "Knox told CNN that he hopes that The Sand Bar can reopen its doors sometime time of this year when this health crisis passes.
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