Coronavirus: Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez donate 2,000 meals to Brad Paisley’s free grocery store

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are helping to make sure that families get the food they need amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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In a Facebook post last week, country music star Brad Paisley thanked the celebrity couple, who launched the Tiller & Hatch frozen food brand last year, for donating 2,000 meals to Paisley’s Nashville, Tennessee-based free grocery store, simply called The Store.

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“So great! Love, B-Rad,” he wrote, referencing the pair’s nicknames, “J-Lo” and “A-Rod.”

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Thanks Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez for generously donating 2000 Tiller & Hatch meals toThe Store! So great! -love, B-Rad.

Posted by Brad Paisley on Thursday, April 30, 2020

According to People magazine, Paisley and his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, partnered with Belmont University to launch their volunteer-run, supermarket-style food bank in March.

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“In doing their own shopping, our guests not only have a sense of dignity, but also a higher satisfaction with the food they are able to choose,” The Store’s website says.

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Later that month, Paisley announced that the food bank would be delivering a week’s worth of groceries to seniors in Nashville’s Edgehill and Berry Hill communities.

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