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Stephanie Hollman’s Husband Travis Grants Full Pay For His Employees During Coronavirus Outbreak! Tom Sandoval And Tom Schwartz Raise Money To Help Their Employees Via Cameo As TomTom Remains Closed!

So many businesses have been affected due to the Coronavirus outbreak, causing them to close, leaving many people without jobs during this difficult time in the world. However, Travis Hollman, the husband of Real Housewives of Dallas star Stephanie Hollman is doing his part in protecting his employees financially while everyone is self-isolation.

Travis tweeted, “Extremely sad at the layoffs. We have a responsibility to keep our employees employed,” he wrote. “@HollmanLockers is going to keep paying for a 40 week. I am meeting with our 285 employees today to let them know they are safe and can feed their families.  #timetolead #DoTheRightThing”

In an Instagram post, Travis wrote, “We are guaranteeing our 285 employees full pay until at least May 1 !!! No matter what. No layoffs!!! We will do what we can to help our @hollmanlockers family. We are all in this together.”

Stephanie Hollman praised her husband. She tweeted, “So proud of @travis_hollman ❤️”

She then took to her Instagram page to dedicate a post to her husband, praising his good efforts.

“So proud to be married to you @travishollman. We have made a promise to our 285 @hollmanlockers employees full pay until at least May 1st, as well as the promise of no layoffs,” she wrote. “It is important to do the right thing at a time like this instead of focusing on our profits. We hope that other companies that are financially able to take care of their employees will follow (many small businesses are not in the position to do so and are struggling to survive at the moment). We are all in this together ❤️. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend. Be kind to each other and have faith that better days are coming”

Other Bravolebrities are also stepping up to the plate in helping their employees in the wake of the Coronvirus pandemic. Vanderpump Rules stars Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz, who are co-owners of TomTom along with Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd, have revealed a way to help out their employees financially as their restaurant remains closed.

Sandoval announced via his Instagram on Monday, March 23, that he and Schwartz are now on Cameo and 100% proceeds will go to their workers. “Millions of people in the restaurant industry are out of work bc of #covıd19 including our @tomtom Family, @twschwa and I are donating 100% of our earnings from cameo to our TomTom Staff & matching the amount up to $10,000!!” he captioned in a video clip. “Book ur @cameo today and get a personalized message from the #2toms !! -❤️LINK IN BIO ❤️-Thank u so much everyone! Stay safe! We love u! #pumprules.”

In the accompanying video, the Toms explained a little bit more about their decision to join the popular app, which allows fans to purchase greetings from their favorite stars for a price. “We’re here for a very good reason,” Sandoval said, according to Us Weekly. “With COVID-19 there’s been so many people out of work, so many people in dire situations and people are stuck.”

“I think something like, 7 million people, are currently out of work,” Schwartz added, noting that TomTom employees are now among the unemployed.

Sandoval said many of the bar’s employees live check-to-check, which is why the twosome is recording Cameos and charging $150 per cameo request. “We came on here to Cameo for a reason, and that is to raise money for our amazing staff,” he declared. “Also, because we are asking you to give, we are going to give ourselves. We are going to match everything that you donate up to $10,000.”

The Bravo reality stars then encouraged fans to send in their requests. “Exploit us!” they quipped.

Given the constantly evolving nature of COVID-19, we want our readers (courtesy via Us Weekly) to have access to the most accurate resources. For the most up-to-date coronavirus information, guidance, and support, consult the CDC, WHO, and information from local public health officials. If you’re experiencing coronavirus symptoms, call your primary care provider for medical advice.

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