Brad Paisley broke ground Wednesday on a "free" gocery store he's helping build in Nashville. It's a non-profit for needy families that looks like a real grocery store. They'll be able to 'shop' through the aisles, and have students and volunteers scan their items . . . but no money changes hands. It's called 'The Store' and it'll open later this year. Here's Brad and his wife explaining the concept.
The grocery-like store will allow people to shop "with dignity" for food and other necessities.
Paisley broke ground in a big way with with a backhoe and a cowboy hat rather than the average shovel and a hard hat.