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Cleveland man's $3,000 tip inspires new Stella Artois campaign doubling the amount for lucky restaurant worker

Stella Artois is asking people to nominate restaurant industry workers who deserve a tip in honor of the Cleveland man's kindness.

CLEVELAND — A Cleveland man's generosity has inspired a new holiday campaign for Stella Artois.

Following the news that a Cleveland man left a $3,000 tip after ordering a single Stella Artois at Nighttown on Sunday, November 22, - the last night the popular jazz club was open before temporarily closing for COVID-19 related issues - Stella Artois was inspired to pay-it-forward themselves this holiday season.

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Through their new #StellaUnsungHeroGiveaway campaign, the Anheuser-Busch company is asking people to nominate restaurant industry workers who deserve a tip in honor of the Cleveland man's kindness.

In return for the nominations, Stella Artois will double the man's tip, $6,000 in total, for one lucky worker.

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Stella Artois fans can submit their 'Unsung Hero' by using the hashtag #StellaUnsungHeroGiveaway on Twitter, following @StellaArtois on Twitter, and tagging a deserving friend to be entered. 

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