Katie Hopkins, co-owner of Nick’s Steak and Seafood on Hilton Head Island, had help from employees during the cleanup of her family restaurant after Hurricane Matthew. The Hopkins family decided to help their employees in turn by starting a gofundme account to raise money for wages lost and expenses during the storm.
Katie Hopkins, co-owner of Nick’s Steak and Seafood on Hilton Head Island, had help from employees during the cleanup of her family restaurant after Hurricane Matthew. The Hopkins family decided to help their employees in turn by starting a gofundme account to raise money for wages lost and expenses during the storm. Submitted
Katie Hopkins, co-owner of Nick’s Steak and Seafood on Hilton Head Island, had help from employees during the cleanup of her family restaurant after Hurricane Matthew. The Hopkins family decided to help their employees in turn by starting a gofundme account to raise money for wages lost and expenses during the storm. Submitted

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