@GusGusFunBus Hang in there Mike, StL needs you. Much love to you and your family, thanks for sharing your love for StL daily.— Baileys' Restaurants (@BaileysInStL) June 18, 2018
Get well soon Mike! Praying for a full and quick recovery.— David Choi (@davidchoiSTL) June 18, 2018
Best wishes to Mike Arnold and family of @GusGusFunBus , we hope he has a full and fast recovery.... still piecing together what happened after being out of town....Mike is the best and a great supporter of all things STL and MO!— Charleville Brewing (@CharlevilleBeer) June 18, 2018
All our hopes and prayers are going to this guy right now, Mike of @gusgusfunbus fame. He was severely injured this weekend and is in the ICU. He is one of the most genuine, kind people we know and is a beloved part of the St. Louis food scene.— We Eat Stuff (@WeEatStuff_STL) June 18, 2018
Get be… https://t.co/z01aEJ3Wkt pic.twitter.com/r4WbBtq6CP
Prayers going out to Mike @GusGusFunBus. He was a big part of one of my most fun nights...#BadMomsNightOut w/a bus load of crazy mom friends. He’s a tireless cheerleader for our area’s eateries, bars, wineries etc. We need him healthy! pic.twitter.com/5arMTMnTv0— Debbie Monterrey (@DebbieMonterrey) June 17, 2018
Everyone knows Mike would help anyone in an instant. @GusGusFunBus is a ray of sunshine and one of the biggest supports of local businesses. He’s a father and grandfather. His friend @TroikaB has set up a GoFundMe. @kmov https://t.co/dwNMr5r2Ms— Alexis Zotos (@alexiszotos) June 18, 2018
I used to use @GusGusFunBus as an example of amazing nontraditional social strategy in my @UMSLDigital class - someone who took the time to do the work to develop real friendships - so evident today as I see ppl react to the news. Mike, you are loved. https://t.co/nSVBeLrnyx— Danni Eickenhorst (@STLDanni) June 18, 2018
One of the boys just started working at @ImosOFallon. This could be dangerous 😄— Gus Gus Fun Bus (@GusGusFunBus) June 15, 2018
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