Georgia Bar Owner Removes $3,714 From Walls and Gives To Unemployed Staff During Coronavirus Pandemic

A Georgia bar has been collecting dollar bills on the walls of their establishment for years, and now they are glad they did.

The owner of the Sand Bar in Tybee Island, Georgia, has taken down every single dollar bill that covered the walls and ceilings to give to her unemployed staff.

Jennifer Knox, the bar owner, took to her Facebook to talk about her gracious gesture to her staff.

“The Sand Bar is going to have a fresh new look while giving back at the same time!”

The “labor of love” took three days to take down all of the money. All of the funds collected will be given to the bar’s bartenders and musicians. 

After the community heard about what Knox was doing, nearly 400 people donated, and now the pot of money has grown to a total of $4,104.

Each employee will get about $600 each, according to CBS News.

Georgia Bar Owner Removes $3,714 From Walls
Jennifer Knox Facebook

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