Businesses are making donations to help with recovery.
(Cleveland) - Local establishments are coming to the aid of a Cleveland landmark. Market Garden Brewery is selling a special beer to benefit its neighbor the West Side Market.
Today through Tuesday, for every sale of West Side Market Recovery Ale, one dollar will be donated to the capital campaign Ohio City Inc. has set up to make improvements at the Market.
Market Garden Brewery owner Sam McNulty explains they wanted to do something to help the vendors displaced by this week’s fire.
Since they are located next door, McNulty says his employees were among the first to respond when the Wednesday blaze broke out.
McNulty adds they will also donate $2 from the sale of every rum cocktail sold.
Next Tuesday, they are bringing in Michael Heaton, the Plain Dealer's Minister of Culture for a fundraiser.
This Super Bowl weekend in Cleveland's Gordon Square Arts District, the Happy Dog will be donating $1 from each hotdog served to West Side Market vendors.
Lake Erie Creamery is pledging to replace free of charge, any LEC products lost by vendors at the West Side Market due to the fire.
Late Friday afternoon, Charter One announced financial support for the West Side Market.
The Charter One Foundation issued a $10,000 grant to Ohio City Inc. through the West Side Market Centennial Fund to support West Side Market vendors affected by a loss of business while the market remains closed.
No one was injured in fire, but the West Side Market remains closed until further notice because of heavy smoke and soot damage.
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