Trea & Justin, owners of Music City Vintage, lost basically everything associated with their shop in the Nashville tornadoes on March 3, 2020, including the building. The shop was flattened and while we were able to pull out a few things, nothing came out unscathed. I, along with hundreds of other people, visited this shop frequently - sometimes to shop and sometimes to just hang out with all the great people there. I don't know what will help the most, but I know we still live in a capitalist society and that money is the base of everything, so this is where we're starting. I don't know what a reasonable goal is, but I had to pick a number, so let's go from there. East Nashville, and Five Points specifically, is what it is because of the people that live, work, shop, & just exist there. When we rebuild, we all want that back - not what some corporation thinks our neighborhood should look like. Most of those business are small businesses, and they will need our help to rebuild. Help these great guys get their store back on its feet, and any other small businesses. They deserve it.
To satisfy the needs of GoFundMe:
1) I’m Tyler King, and I reside in East Nashville, about a mile from the store.
2) I’m a friend and patron on Music City Vintage and the owners, Trea & Justin.
3) The funds will be used to hell rebuild Music City Vintage - whether that means physically rebuilding their building, rebuilding their stock, or repairing their recovered stock.
4) I will personally ensure that the funds are deposited directly to the company’s appropriate accounts via bank transfers.
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