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March 18, 2020: As more cities and more counties restrict dine-in service at restaurants permitting only Pick Up or Delivery, and as more grocery market shelves are bare, it's time for Dining for Disaster.

Let's get #Dining4Disaster trending, motivating, inspiring, helping, feeding positive energy...


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After the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami, "Sushi for Tsunami" was an idea to encourage donations be made when people have sushi. The derivative phrase Dining for Disaster was born.

Dining for Disaster is chomping at the bit to help now.

Fix a meal for yourself, even channel sure past a food related show, and you recognize how much goes into an edible meal, even just a simple sandwich. The restaurant industry touches so many people from designer chefs, to busboys, servers, wait staff, sous-chefs, property managers, building owners, patrons, suppliers, communities and more.

As of Tuesday, March 18, 2020, personal, financial, societal impact is significant with bars closed and dine-in service eliminated in a growing number of US counties due to the Covid-19.

Dining for Disaster can focus attention, awareness, updates, deals, specials, tasty treats, and more to help everyone (from whatever perspective), who is touched by restaurant restrictions.

Stay safe, stay well.
Dining for Disaster Help those in need when you go out to GET feed.

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