KERNERSVILLE, N.C. -- Musten & Crutchfield has been a staple in downtown Kernersville since 1938. It sits off of Main Street in downtown Kernersville and it's famous for it's pimento cheese.

The food market sells all local products, and it's famous pimento cheese can be found in stores like Walmart and Lowe's.

The coronavirus allowed owner John Crutchfield to pull in an all star line of help.

The store has seen business take off during the pandemic, and Crutchfield couldn't keep pace until he saw a social media post.

Carolina Thunderbirds forward Michael Bunn went to Facebook to search for employment once the FHL canceled the rest of the season.

Crutchfield sent the Raleigh native a private message, and Bunn went to work the next day. Soon after, forwards Petr Panacek and Jan Salak joined Bunn at the store.

Crutchfield is a season ticket holder and was ready help the players in their time of need.

Panacek and Salak were first and second on the roster in points for the FHL, leading the Thunderbirds when the season came to a halt on March 13.

The players may have helped Crutchfield more than his offer of employment did for the hockey stars in need of a paycheck.