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Jon Bon Jovi Invites Federal Workers to His Non-Profit Restaurant During Government Shutdown

AceShowbiz Tuesday, 22 January 2019
Jon Bon Jovi Invites Federal Workers to His Non-Profit Restaurant During Government ShutdownThe Bon Jovi frontman's JBJ Soul Kitchen offers free meal to government workers, who are not getting paid during the shutdown, and their families.
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A New Jersey restaurant owned by musician Jon Bon Jovi and his wife is offering free meals to furloughed government workers and their families.

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