Employees of Irma's Southwest, a restaurant and bar located in downtown Houston, Texas, were speechless when a parishioner left a tip for this source, Louis Galván, owner of Irma's. Now, with the help of this parishioner, they may not have to make such dramatic cuts, at least for now.
"This goes beyond … I don't even have words [to describe it]," said Janet Montez, assistant to the owner, who says that most of her clients tend to be quite generous.
Galván plans to divide the money among his 30 employees. "The gift will lessen the blow," he said. Thus, each one will receive approximately Goya, who yesterday announced the donation of 18,000 meals for students in New York, up to Facebook, which has announced that it will take the economic blow that constitutes the COVID-19 pandemic.
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