Close to $15,000 Stapled To the Wall ---> Hurricane Relief

In Sarasota Florida, they called it....'It Takes a Village', where businesses in Siesta Key Village banded together to raise about $10,000 to aid the Bahamas and those affected by Hurricane Dorian. THIS WAS GREAT!

What caught my eye, was the efforts made by the owners of Siesta Key Oyster Bar, where patrons staple money on the walls, as tradition. After about a month, the owners were able to retrieve around $15,000 off it's walls for Hurricane Dorian Relief, leaving some for aesthetic measure! A cool visual!

I was able to grab a video about the bar and about 30 seconds into it, you'll learn of the money on the wall and it's history!

Story courtesy: heraldtribune.com / Photo courtesy: gettyimages.com / Video courtesy: youtube.com

 
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