They make our meals, mix our drinks, play us their best tunes, and keep us lookin’ fly.
And now that the State of West Virginia has ordered all bars, restaurants, and other non-essential businesses to close (or close their dining rooms), many of our friends and neighbors in the Greenbrier Valley who depend on tips to make ends meet need our help.
Many of us would regularly be patronizing restaurants, bars, salons, barber shops, and other businesses that have been ordered closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even if you are socially isolating, you can help to support our local service industry staff. Consider sending a “tip” to your favorite bartender, server, stylist, musician, yoga instructor, Uber driver, barber, or other service worker. Use the Google sheet linked below to find their Venmo or Paypal information. Note that you can sort by each column heading or use “ctrl+f” to find the person you are looking for by name or place of employment. If you don’t see your favorite service industry folks listed, encourage them to come and fill out the form (see below). Please circulate widely.
Help someone out!
Click on the above image to view the current listings and give someone a tip.
Get on the list!
This virtual tip jar is for local service industry staff to post their Venmo or Paypal information so that customers, neighbors, and community members can continue to support them. This money will go DIRECTLY to you. Click the above photo to sign up.
Visit this list provided by the Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau for updates on what restaurants are providing carry out, pick up, and delivery.
The information on this list is self-reported by members of the community and is provided as is. We do not monitor or verify accuracy of the information on this list, and make no representations or warranties regarding this list. Individuals who wish to send a tip are encouraged to independently verify the legitimacy of the recipient of the tip. Include “Tip Jar” in your tip description.
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