Restaurateurs pitch in to raise funds for Nashville disaster victims
As Nashville begins to recover from what some have described as the worst flooding in decades, restaurants and hotels are not only open for business, but also are helping raise money for those who suffered losses during the disaster. Some 54 restaurateurs in the area banded together May 17 to participate in “Eat Out Nashville,” a fundraising event that generated thousands of dollars for people in need. Participating operators donated 50 percent of the proceeds from one night of ...
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