The owners of a New York Comedy Club is providing a free year of responses to federal employees influenced by the partial government shutdown.
Stand Up New York is offering a free year of membership to LaughPass for national workers furloughed or working without pay, that the New York Post reported Wednesday.
The pass, that lets holders unlimited comedy shows and other perks in greater than two dozen places nationally, is generally priced at $159.
“We are not solving world peace, but when we could put in a little joy to people’s lives by providing them access to some free and enjoyable comedy encounter,” Stand Up New York co-owner Dani Zoldan stated in an announcement. “I am thrilled and thankful that I am able to accomplish this.”