Tennessee Impacted by Devastating Tornadoes

By Phase 3 on March, 11 2020

March 2020

During the early hours on Tuesday, March 3, ten tornadoes ripped through Tennessee, leaving a path of devastation behind. Homes were left destroyed, cars damaged, and many are still without power. The storm dramatically impacted the city’s restaurant industry, including O-Ku Nashville. The restaurant has been without power since the storms and relying on a generator to stay open for business.

Following the storms, every Phase 3 client reached out to us, asking how they can help give back to their communities following this tragic event. Our clients have helped in many ways:

- Oak Steakhouse and O-Ku offered free chili on Sunday afternoon to volunteers and those affected, with local shops Carpe Pizza and Bearded Iris Brewery participating with free product, as well. The locations are donating a portion of proceeds from all appetizers and specialty cocktail

- Tennessee Brew Works has been donating $1 per pint and $3 per pitcher to The Community Foundation’s Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund.

- All local 4Top Hospitality restaurants, Etch, etc., Char, Saltine and Amerigo Nashville and Amerigo Cool Springs are donating a portion of proceeds through March 22nd to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

- A portion of every dinner or late night bites at Ellington's restaurant is being donated to The Community Foundation’s Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund throughout the month of March

If you’re interested in getting involved in relief efforts click here, or make a direct donation to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

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