6. Kip Moore
For those in nashville that are “truly” struggling w finance during this time, I teamed up w the Wild Cow to allow those in NEED a free meal. It’s a running tab till it’s gone. Just tell um it’s on kip’s tab. Cheers
— Kip Moore (@KipMooreMusic) March 21, 2020
Country music artist Kip Moore opened up a tab in a restaurant in Nashville so that people who could not afford meals could put it on “Kip’s tab” to help them get through this difficult time. This is such a great way to not only support small businesses, but also help provide meals to those who can’t afford them.
7. Dierks Bentley
Dierks Bentley had seemingly just opened up his restaurant, Whiskey Row, when he was forced to close its doors for a while to help flatten the curve and reduce the spread of COVID-19. Bentley posted an Instagram sharing that he would be giving his 90 hourly workers $1,000 each to help them during this time, while also urging other restaurant owners to help out their service workers during this difficult time.