New Custom Tee Helps Benefit The Crocodile Employees in Seattle

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April 8, 2020
The Crocodile benefit tee

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It's no doubt Coronavirus is taking its toll on people and businesses left and right. This virus is no joke, so while we are staying home to stay healthy and flatten the curve, there are still things we can do to help our community.

Related: Here's how you can help Seattle servers and bartenders amid COVID-19 crisis

The Seattle music scene is typically a vibrant and loud one, but without shows these last few weeks, it's grown silent and weak. The iconic Crocodile in Belltown teamed up with Inker Prints in Georgetown for a custom designed tee to raise money for their employees who are no longer logging hours:

Special edition Crocodile employee benefit shirts are available in our online merch store now!

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All proceeds over production costs will go directly to this employee fund. You can buy your shirt today, here!

You can also support The Crocodile Employee Fund directly through a newly established GoFundMe account.

We have created a gofundme campaign to help benefit our amazing staff through these tough times. We have some of the best bartenders, servers, security and production people in the biz. This crisis is hitting them hard, so if you are able please donate. 100% of the proceeds are going directly to the staff! Link in our bio We appreciate anything and everything and hope to be back open as soon as possible. We miss rocking with you ----♥️

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If you can help out at this time, donate or grab that rad new tee! We're in this together and can't wait to get back out to our awesome local venues for some shows! Stay awesome, stay home and stay connected with us. <3

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