It's been hard for small businesses around the country, since trying to prevent the spread of coronavirus has led to many closing until things return to normal. However, there are some restaurants that remain open as essential businesses.
Well, Jets GM Joe Douglas is doing his part to keep their spirits up.
Thanks to former Jets WR Rob Carpenter, an NFL Reddit post revealed that Douglas has been dishing out very generous tips while picking up food at a restaurant near his town. Check it out...
Joe Douglas doing good things for the cause pic.twitter.com/Na8b3fVV4z- Carp (@robcarpenter81) April 6, 2020
"My boyfriend is a bartender in NJ and has been doing take out during covid," wrote the Reddit user. "Joe Douglas has come into his bar the past 3 sunday's and tipped my boyfriend $100 on his TAKE OUT food every time.
"I'm already a Jets fan but this makes me love them that much more."
Douglas understands that supporting small businesses in these trying times means a lot in the first place, but showing his gratitude with those tips is a noble act.