Tuesday, December 1, 2020

This is the season of giving

 It's the season of giving, and a group of businessmen from Atlanta, Georgia, kicked it off right. Jason Lobdell, Brad Giles and some other benefactors walked into a Kroger in Decatur and paid more than $40,000 in groceries for thrilled customers. "As Black entrepreneurs, we got to give back to our communities," Giles said. 

Meanwhile, a restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio, got a shock when a semi-regular customer left at $3,000 tip for the staff. Brendon Ring decided to temporarily shut down his restaurant, Nighttown, because of rising Covid cases. The customer left the generous gift with a wish of good luck and a promise, "We'll see you when you reopen."

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