State Farm Insurance And Bonnie Cafe Donate Meals to Frontline Workers

Jake Brandmeyer and his team at State Farm Insurance in Nashville partnered with Bonnie Café to provide free meals to first responders and frontline workers on Tuesday, January 12. State Farm Insurance donated $500, and Bonnie Café donated $250, for a total of $750 worth of meals.  “We have been fortunate that our job is able to be done in a safe environment/remotely and we realize that not everyone has been so lucky.” Jake Brandmeyer said,  “My team wanted to come up with a way that we could try to help both our local restaurants, while also showing our appreciation for those people that are working tirelessly to try to put this pandemic behind us. We are happy to help our community, in any way that we can, but most of all just want to say a huge THANK YOU to those that have courageously been fighting this virus.” His team also purchased 50 $10 gift cards that will be given to anyone who gets a quote from them. Pictured in front of Bonnie’s Café are, from left to right, Doug Dunahee, Nathan Aaron, Ryan Pytlinski, Kaley McIntosh, JakeBrandmeyer.

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