Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox promises jobs at his moving company

The musician anyone who is unemployed, wants extra income, or is a veteran will be hired

Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox is helping those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The 50-year-old musician, has promised a job to anyone in Nashville, Tennessee; Columbus, Ohio, or Cincinnati, who needs work. LeVox is the owner of a moving company, "Black Tie Moving," and said he will hire any person who has lost a job, wants extra income, or is a veteran.

"If you’re in Columbus or Cincinnati Ohio or Nashville Tennessee, I own a company called @blacktiemoving," LeVox wrote on Instagram. "If you don’t have a job we will hire you. If you do have a job and want some extra money we will hire you. If you’re a veteran and looking for that brotherhood or sisterhood, we got ur 6!"

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The company explained on its website that it's a luxury moving company in the United States and has counts celebrities, athletes, musicians and NBA Teams among its clients.

As of Friday, there are more than 4.59 million confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States and more than 155,000 have died from the virus.

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The United States still has about 17 million people on unemployment, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. And the nationwide unemployment rate was about 11.6% in mid-July.