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Phoenix restaurateur recipient of 'Tips for Jesus'

Micah Olson was left with a $2,500 tip on a $530 tab. (Source: Instagram) Micah Olson was left with a $2,500 tip on a $530 tab. (Source: Instagram)
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

The "Tips for Jesus" movement has spread to Phoenix.

An anonymous person or people have been leaving very generous tips on tabs at bars and restaurants across the United States.

Well, Micah Olson found out about the movement Tuesday night when a man left him a $2,500 tip on his $530 tab.

Olson co-owns Crudo at Indian School and 36th Street between the Biltmore and Arcadia areas of Phoenix.

All of the generous tips are being tracked on the "Tips for Jesus" Instagram account.

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