Hello everyone, my name is Ian Fletcher. I'm a true red, white, and blue (purple too #Skol) blooded Minnesotan that takes pride in everything that's great about our state. There's no doubt on my mind that 2020's been tough on Minnesotans all over our great land of 10,000 lakes. Being that we are all leaders in this state. We're always the first to set examples for everyone else. Frontline workers and small businesses need our help right now. We support both by following COVID-19 guidelines to flatten the infection rates and by supporting our small businesses safely to keep them afloat. We all need to heal. That takes time, unity, understanding, kindness, and love. All of which that ties the idea of "Minnesota Nice" together. We need to get our economy back on track. The point of this fundraiser is to tie it all together for everyone's benefit. Let's begin and make 2021 better for our state. All purchases will be from local restaurants and small businesses. Every purchase is for our Frontline heroes and their families. The endgame is once vaccines are on the way for us and it is safe. I think we can all agree that our frontline workers and their families deserve a little treat, along with those mom and pop businesses that need financial stability. Lets make sure that no one is left behind; no Nurses, no Doctors, no EMT's, no policemen, firemen, Postal workers, or janitorial staff. Everybody deserves support. If you can afford a donation great, feel to donate as much as you want. If you can't, no big deal but please consider sharing. If you know a business that needs help for each county, let me know and tell me their story. I know it's been tough and we need to show we're here for everyone. The purchases will be going towards things like food for the workers, toys for their children, and PPE for anyone and any business that needs it. Remember, we all stand strong when we're united. There are differences among us, but there's one thing we all are; human. Let's show everyone what real "Minnesota Nice" looks like. There will always be more people who care, than the one's that don't.