Guy Fieri Raises $20 Million For Out-Of-Work Restaurant Workers

Guy Fieri Raises $20 Million For Out-Of-Work Restaurant Workers

Guy Fieri Raises $20 Million For Out-Of-Work Restaurant Workers

In partnership with the National Restaurant Association, Fieri has issued grants - typically totaling about $500 each - to restaurants in need of money.

Murray and Fieri - fresh off their nacho-making segment on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon - are getting ready to square off at a virtual nacho-making competition scheduled to air on Friday, May 15, on Food Network's Facebook page". The star-studded event will be hosted by Food Network personality Carla Hall, and judged by Shaquille O'Neal and actor Terry Crews.

RERF supporters such as Ecolab, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Tyson Foods, Modelo Negra and Food Network are also sponsoring the "Nacho Average Showdown," and Uber Eats will be the official delivery partner.

During the interview, Levin said he is anxious about the longevity of the restaurant industry and asked Fieri if he thinks restaurants will be able to outlast the pandemic. From bussing tables to flambé captain to dishwasher to chef. I have done it all. "With Guy as our champion and the support of so many generous companies, we can help get our family of restaurant workers back on their feet". As fun as that sounds, the event will also serve to raise money for the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, which gives financial assistance to employees impacted by the COVID-19 shut-down.

There's nothing the internet loves more than making up an excuse to take a dump on people who don't really deserve the diarrhea hurricane they're forced to weather for incredibly innocuous reasons and there aren't many public figures who've been at the receiving end of more irrational hate over the years than Guy Fieri.

"During these challenging times, the NRAEF's mission to support the industry's workforce is more important than ever", said Rob Gifford, NRAEF president, in a statement.

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