Todd Graves Helps The Food Industry On 'Restaurant Recovery' | Celebrity Page
The global pandemic hit the restaurant industry extremely hard this past year, but Todd Graves is now helping out in a big way.

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Todd Graves, the founder of Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers, is visiting local restaurants across the country and using his resources to help keep their doors open.

"Family-owned restaurants, they're the culture centers of our neighborhood. They're important because they bring diversity. They had to trust me to hand over their keys and let me do the things I needed to do to help save their business," Graves said.

The CEO also recruited big stars like Snoop Dogg, Nelly and Shaquille O'Neal to get food back on the table.

"I've met some really famous people and become good friends with them. It was just fun to have superstar friends like Shaq and Snoop come out and help out these struggling restaurant owners."

Restaurant Recovery is streaming now on Discovery+.

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