While the shutdown in the United States, 800,000 state will support no salary to staff paid – for the rock musician Jon Bon Jovi seems to be a occasion, the officials and their families at least a little bit. He invited you for a free meal in his Restaurant JBJ Soul Kitchen in the town of Red Bank in the U.S. state of New Jersey.

The action takes place in cooperation with the “Murphy Family Foundation”. At the JBJ Soul Kitchen, however, it is anyway not a normal Locally: in 2011, Bon Jovi opened it as a Charity Restaurant. It works according to the principle of “Everyone pays as much as he can,” as, among other things, CBS reported.

“If you come in this Restaurant, there are no prices on the menu,” said the singer, therefore, in 2016. Anyone who was in Need, would pay to work instead. Other guests can pay for meals for people who can’t afford them.

It is not the first culinary action for the Shutdown affected officials. Canadian air traffic controllers sent recently to hundreds of pizzas to their US colleagues.


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