1705103545 Anick Lemay asks for public help to save his restaurant

Anick Lemay asks for public help to save his restaurant – 7 Days

Anick Lemay had a very special and sweet request for her subscribers: she is collecting donations to save her restaurant.

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In her stories on Instagram, the actress stated that she was asking the public for help to avoid having to close the door of Mam'zelle, a restaurant that she opened in Magog in 2014 with her sister Roxanne. and her mother Diane.

The one we recently saw in the second season of Aller simply started a crowdfunding campaign on the GoFundMe platform to raise money to ensure the sustainability of the establishment.

Anick Lemay asks for public help to save his restaurant

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In the description, Anick Lemay explains a little about the history of Mam'zelle, including what led to this call for help: The last few years have brought some complications for the place: the revitalization of the town center of Magog, which was difficult for traders , the pandemic, staff shortages and inflation.

That's why Anick and his family are asking for a helping hand just days before they have to pay back the government's $40,000 loan.

Here is the full text:

“In 2014 we made a dream come true: opening our restaurant! As you can imagine, we put all our juice, all our strength and all our heart into it. With family. Because that's exactly what Mam'zelle is: a family story. My sister Roxanne, my mother Diane and me, Anick. The first few years were rocky, but starting in 2018 our place exploded! It's good in the mouth, it's nice, it's warm! Say good luck!

2019: The city of Magog “destroys” the city center. Catastrophe for traders…

22.21.2020: Pandemic and loss of the brigade…:(

2023: Staff shortage + inflation.

Next January 18th we have to pay back the 40,000 the government gave us to stay afloat. We do not have it. We were too small when this all started… we didn't have wool socks…

If we're asking for 60,000 more, it's to pay our suppliers and employees because Magog is quiet in the winter… and most importantly, to make sure we can offer our next boss a salary worthy of the name.

Many thanks for your help.

If you join us for dinner in any way, tell us “107” then we'll know you helped us get back on our feet :)”

If you feel like it, you can donate directly here.

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