VINTON, Va. (WFXR) – Today Rosie’s Gaming Emporium made two announcements on their social media and to local newsrooms, that they will be paying all of their employee’s through the end of April while they are temporarily closed. While closed to the public they will be transitioning their kitchens to provide 20,000,000 meals to those still on the front line during the Coronavirus pandemic, including Fire Fighters, Police Officers, Doctors and Nurses, Food Service and Grocery Store employees.
“We’re going to provide curb side pick up for meals… pizzas, some salads out of our kitchen to those that are helping us during this time.”Ernie Dellaverson – General Manager / Rosie’s Gaming Emporium
Rosie’s will start offering the meals on April 1st and will begin taking orders for pick-up on March 30th.
“The order will be ready the following day, so you got to give us that 24 hour window… so we’re taking orders the day before.”Ernie Dellaverson – General Manager / Rosie’s Gaming Emporium
The Rosie’s Gives Back program is about showing the community support for all the good the community does.
“The Rosie’s Gives Back program even reaches beyond what we are doing right now. Last year I contributed from the Vinton property about $100,000 dollars to local charities. That touches the County of Roanoke the City or Roanoke, the Town of Vinton and beyond.”Ernie Dellaverson – General Manager / Rosie’s Gaming Emporium
For more information on how you can place an order with Rosie’s Gaming Emporium, click HERE.
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