This was supposed to go out this morning but my entire household is battling the flu!
Thousands of people went to Grayton Beer Company this past Sunday for an Employee Benefit Concert to show their support for The Red Bar and its 100+ employees.
The Red Bar Employee Benefit Concert raised a total of $27,590.56.
Following news of the fire, local individuals and local businesses rallied their resources to plan The Red Bar Employee Benefit Concert at the Grayton Beer Company Taproom.
The five-hour event included the local bands such as:
- Forrest Williams Band
- The Wildlife Specials
- Cadillac Willy
- Guest performances by Fritz, Tanner Gray of The Graytones, Andi and Kevin Johnson, and more.
Jamey Price, President & Founder of Grayton Beer Company, said,
“Our brothers and sisters at The Red Bar needed the community to step up and they did so in spades. The scale of this Benefit Concert would normally take months of planning. A very dedicated group pulled it off in less than a day. It was our goal to bridge the gap between the fire and The Red Bar employees finding employment. We made great strides on Sunday.”
For those who were unable to attend the event, but still wish to donate, click here.
This is the only GoFundMe account that is officially endorsed by The Red Bar.