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Guy Fieri, Igloo Partner for COVID-19 Relief

Flavortown just got even cooler.

Igloo and chef, restaurateur, author and television host Guy Fieri have launched a limited-edition Playmate cooler to support the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s Restaurant Employee Relief Fund.

The Restaurant Relief America campaign was created to support U.S. restaurant workers financially impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. 100 percent of the profits from the Guy Fieri Playmates sold on the Igloo website will directly support U.S. restaurant workers financially impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

“When we get through this crazy time, you’re gonna want to get back out into the sunshine and a great American-made Igloo cooler should be the first thing you grab,” says Fieri. “With all profits going to support America’s restaurant workers, there couldn’t be a better time to stay cool in Flavortown."

Impacted restaurant workers can apply online for a one-time, $500 check to use towards housing, transportation, utilities, childcare, groceries, medical bills or student loans. These grants will be administered by the NRAEF and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on donating to RERF visit RERF.US. 

“The restaurant industry and its workers have already felt a tremendous impact due to COVID-19,” states Brian Garofalow, vice president marketing, Igloo. “We’re honored to support Guy Fieri’s movement and do our small part to help American restaurant workers.”

To support the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund and secure your limited-edition cooler, visit igloocoolers.com/guyfieri.

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