In support of the 30 Day Fund
If you are a small business owner in need of help due to the impacts of COVID, you can submit your application at: TheBarstoolFund.com/apply If you are able to help, you can make a tax deductible contribution to support small businesses featured below by clicking “Contribute to the Fund.” You can also support small businesses by purchasing one of the shirts below. 100% of the net proceeds will go towards supporting small businesses.
Martin’s is one of the last handmade pretzel bakeries left in the country. In the middle of the Great Depression in 1935, the Martin family began hand-crafting these extraordinary Pennsylvania Dutch Pretzels, which first appeared in New York’s Union Square Greenmarket in 1982.
Bay Colony Children's House is an Early Education Preschool and childcare center offering the highest quality services. Their passion for teaching and loving each and every child in their care shows through the smiles and hugs received every morning.
Sierra Madre, CA
“Sierra Madre's Original Watering Hole” is a popular neighborhood bar serving up great drinks at the best prices. The establishment features a pool table, darts, Touch Tunes, five TVs — including a 75-inch screen.
Mobsters and Lobsters is a one-of-a-kind trolley tour that takes you inside Boston’s storied, shadowy, sinister underbelly. The tour includes sites of historic heists, mobster hideaways and hangouts, and ‘old neighborhood’ locales shrouded in intrigue and mystery.
On New Years Day 1964, a Fayetteville native named Herman Tuck opened what we know today as Herman's Ribhouse. The menu had nine choices on it, "Rack O'Ribs, Plate O'Ribs, BBQ Chicken, a large T-bone and five sandwiches. Now, the legend lives on.
Oriole Cleaners provides the local Sewickley, PA community with professional dry cleaning services. They proudly utilize the best products and equipment in the industry to ensure nothing less than quality with each visit.
A Christian and Veteran owned company, Victory Transport makes it a priority to make sure each customer is treated with care and respect. They offer transportation for anyone needing a ride — and specialize in wheelchair transportation.
Newbury Park, CA
In the summer of 1979, Mike Azar unknowingly opened the doors to what has become an absolute staple of Newbury Park. Azars Sports Bar specializes in cocktails, beer and wine along with tasty food and week long entertainment.
The Sugar Mill Saloon mixes a neighborhood bar with great live music, resulting in a friendly, cozy, welcoming vibe. Monday nights feature the best live blues performances in Los Angeles followed by an open pro jam.
Mississippi Basketball & Athletics is the premier training facility in Jackson, MS. There is 5 full basketball courts. The upstairs workout room is equipped with a variety of free weights and machines.
City Soles, which has been around for two decades, is in the business of supporting artists from all around the world who handcraft everything from shoes and bags, to jewelry — all through the award-winning boutique and growing online store.
The Captain Daniel Packer Inne was built on the Mystic River over 250 years ago. Captain Daniel Packer completed construction of the building bordering Water Street in 1756. Today, the owners invite travelers to experience the hospitality that guests received long ago.
Oxboro Cleaners has become a staple in Bloomington, Minnesota over several decades. “Neighbors serving neighbors since 1958” is a well-earned slogan — and the friendly owners are dedicated to consistently providing excellent service to their customers.
Highland Falls, NY
Locally owned and operated since 1959, Fireside Bar is a gem right outside the gates of West Point. The local favorite is a great spot to watch the game, catch up with friends, and have a good time.
The Milton Times is a local weekly paper that services the area where Barstool Sports had its first office. It covers local events, obituaries, restaurant reviews and anything else that affects the town or its residents.
Sundance Shoes, located in Birmingham, Michigan, is a beloved boutique for “shoe lovers, boho babes, rocker gals and everything in between!”
BarkVille Dog Rescue is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that works to save dogs from shelters in the Atlanta area. BarkVille Dog Rescue is funded by donations from generous individuals and organizations that want to help make it a better world for all dogs.
San Francisco, CA
The Beehive is a ‘60s-inspired neighborhood cocktail bar that channels free-spirited, funkier times. Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, The Beehive offers era apropos craft cocktails and delicious fare that exudes modern Mad Men vibes.
Kevlin Abrams wanted a better life for dogs while their owners were away. He started Tiki's Playhouse with that mission and grew it into one of the area’s premier "doggie daycare", play center, pet sitting, cageless boarding, pet services and even a "K-9 and Coffee" coffee shop.
Luna Rosa is a family owned and run gelato cafe and restaurant in Downtown Greenville, SC. They opened their doors in November 2007, and they serve authentic homemade Italian gelato (ice-cream), as well as NY Italian inspired comfort food.
A local favorite for many years, the Sanford Lake Bar and Grill is the perfect place to enjoy some cold drinks and good food with friends and family. You have to try the homemade jerky, lobster bisque, buffalo burger and lake perch sandwich.
The Y is a powerful association of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility.
A local favorite, Caribbean Wave Jamaican Jerk Restaurant features a new menu with lots of new options including ackee & saltfish, conch, shrimp curry and much more.
Lido is perfectly positioned on a busy corner on Harlem’s Restaurant Row. Inside there is seating for up to 70 with green leather banquettes and a large bar. There are daily specials, so customers who come three times a week always have something new to discover.
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The nonprofit 30 Day Fund was launched by Virginia technology entrepreneur Pete Snyder and his wife, Burson. Working with other business leaders throughout the nation, the Fund’s goal is to help save as many jobs as possible. Jeff Bartos co-founded the Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund with a group of local business leaders and worked with Barstool Sports to help save Reading Terminal Market. Since the first launch in Virginia, the 30 Day Fund launched in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas, and New Jersey. The funds disbursed do not need to be repaid, but if businesses who receive the Fund’s assistance do, at a later date, wish to “pay it forward,” they may do so by directing those dollars back to the Fund, which will disburse them to another business in need. To date, the 30 Day Fund has raised more than $8 million and is on the way to funding more than 2,200 small businesses.