Quality Control CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas Is Giving Away Free Groceries To 1,000 Atlanta Families
Quality Control Musi’s Pierre “Pee” Thomas is giving back in a major way to those in need amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday (March 27th), the music label CEO explained that he wanted to give back to those in Atlanta metro area.
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ATTENTION ATLANTA: We are giving away FREE groceries to the first 1,000 families that sign up (LINK IN BIO) and resides in the City of Atlanta. This is a process so please be patient as we are making sure families get everything they need in a safe and timely manner. Order delivery will begin on Monday 03.30.2020. This Global Pandemic has majorly effected the Global economy that the US was not prepared for. We’re not in a time for us to be greedy, rather we’re in a time to pay-it-forward any way we can. We see you and are here for you. #QCTheLabel #GoodR @goodrco Please Be Patient And Understanding With The People In Charge To Do This. This Is A Safety Issue For Them With The Intention To Do Right By All The Families That We Can Help. God Bless??
As of March 26th, Georgia ranks just outside of the top ten states of confirmed positive cases of Coronavirus with over 1,525. According to reports, Georgia has nearly 50 deaths due to the virus which has no vaccination or treatments.
According to the Johns Hopkins CSSE, the Coronavirus pandemic in the United States has seen nearly 80,000 confirmed cases in a matter of weeks.
Mayor of Atlanta, Keshia Bottoms announced on Monday (March 23rd), a stay at home order.
City of Atlanta Police Spokesman Carlos Campos says there will be penalties for those who violate Mayor Bottom’s executive order in a statement on Monday. He tells the AJC,
“If they observe a group or entity in gross violation of the Executive Order, those in violation will be warned and informed of the restrictions within the existing Orders. If the issue persists, the City will take the necessary and appropriate actions to resolve the issue on a case-by-case basis.”
Kudos to Quality Control Music for giving back!