Bar Owner Takes $3,714 of Dollar Bills off Her Walls To Give To Employees Facing Hard Times

Bar owner Jennifer Knox knew those dollar bills could be more than decoration Dollar bills have lined the walls and ceiling of the Sand Bar on Tybee Island, Georgia for more than 14 years. People tack up a dollar bill to mark a moment, show they were there, and give them something to comeback to. When the coronavirus lockdown forced the Sand Bar to close like so many businesses across the country, Knox saw an opportunity. ‘We had money on

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SPANX Founder Sara Blakely Is Giving $5,000 to 1,000 Female Entrepreneurs

Sara Blakely says she started SPANX with $5,000 and wants to give a boost to fellow female entrepreneurs SPANX founder Sara Blakely knows what it is to be a struggling entrepreneur. She started her billion dollar shapewear company with $5,000, carting samples around in her red backpack. Make that her LUCKY red backpack. Blakely truly believes that backpack was her lucky charm. She has long been about sharing her success and giving back. That’s now more important than ever. Blakely

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New England Patriots’ Team Plane Bringing More Than A Million N95 Masks From China

Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered up his NFL team’s plane to make the much needed run for N95 masks When it comes to the severe shortage of N95 masks, the New England Patriots are stepping up as champions. The Wall Street Journal reports The NFL team’s plane has flown to Shenzhen, China where it was loaded with 1.2 million N95 masks. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has been complaining for weeks about the shortage of personal protective gear for his state’s

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College Student Makes Masks For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

Masks for deaf feature clear panel showing wearer’s mouth College student Ashley Lawrence is making masks for deaf and hard of hearing people. She’s a student at Eastern Kentucky University where she’s studying education for the deaf. That’s how she was so in tune with the need. She explained to Lex18.com that ASL users depend a lot on facial expressions to communicate. That’s part of the grammar. She points to ASL interpreter Virginia Moore who signs for the daily news

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Doughnut Shop Puts Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Face On Doughnuts As A Sweet Tribute

Dr. Fauci’s face on a doughnut is a way celebrate those on the coronavirus frontlines A doughnut shop in Rochester, New York is selling doughnuts featuring the face of Dr. Anthony Fauci. Dr. Fauci is the longtime head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases  and has become one of the most trusted experts as the coronavirus crisis takes over the country. Nick Semeraro owns Donuts Delite. He says his shop has been making them since last week.

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Medical Professional Heroes Fill Plane To Answer Coronavirus Crisis Call In New York

Medical professional heroes are willingly heading into battle View this post on Instagram While so many of us continue to feel the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, no one knows what is happening quite like our medical professionals. These brave souls soldier on in the midst of tremendous risk and exposure, constantly putting the needs of others above their own. Their selfless sacrifice is a beacon of light during such a dark time in our world, and no amount of

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Figure How Long Your Toilet Paper Supply Will Last Using This Clever New Website

Worried about your toilet paper supply? This new website could ease your anxiety. How’s your toilet paper supply looking? Are you nervous you don’t have enough to last through the coronavirus crisis? Two good guys in Britain want the world to be able to let out one giant exhale. They created HowMuchToiletPaper.com, a website that helps you calculate how long your current supply will last you. Two brilliant young men in London came up with the website. Ben Sassoon is

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Flight Crew Throws Impromptu Graduation Ceremony For College Athlete Passengers

Not the graduation ceremony these students were planning, yet one they will never forget A canceled graduation ceremony is just one of the huge disappointments students across the world are facing. Still, it’s a huge loss for a young person who has worked most their life to put on the cap and gown and walk down the aisle to applause and celebration. That’s what some seniors from Briercrest College were facing as they boarded a WestJet airplane Monday. The women’s

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Florists Flower-Bomb Philadelphia Town Square With Flowers From Canceled Events

Florists decide thousands of flowers from canceled events shouldn’t be thrown away Florists in Philadelphia decided there had to be a better way. When four major floral companies had big events canceled because of the coronavirus shutdown, they banned together to repurpose the flowers. To share the beauty. To brighten folks day. DFW Event Design owner Katie Robinson led the charge. She told PhillyMag.com, ““I went into our warehouse and said, ‘What if we just flower-bombed Rittenhouse Square?” Rittenhouse Square

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Property Owner Tells Restaurants To Pay Workers Instead of Paying Rent

Collecting rent isn’t the most important thing right now for one Arkansas property owner. Keep your April rent money. That’s the message from one property owner to the restaurants that run their business in buildings owned by Young Investment Company, LLC in Jonesboro, Arkansas. They don’t want the restaurants to actually hold onto the money they would use to pay April rent. Instead, they want those businesses to pay their employees, as usual and take care of their families. ‘We

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