This campaign is designed to help small businesses recover from devastating closures of two months or more. Colorful yard signs are displayed outside businesses to signal to neighbors that they have re-opened for business.
The 100% Local Pledge Campaign message is designed to remind citizens that they need to support local businesses and keep purchasing dollars with local retailers, and not online.
Coronavirus Update for Citizens and Small Businesses
As we continue to face this crisis together, we want to share the following information provided on March 27, 2020 by U.S. Representative Doris Matsui.
We all remember the horrible images: Jetliners flying into the World Trade Center. Just like that, life changed.
I was the sole provider for my wife and our three children. The questions came instantly. What does this mean? What will happen to us? How will I provide for my family? Within a week, my daily routine disintegrated into a series of random activities. My income disappeared. I was a mess.
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Sacramento Realtors share their thoughts about the real estate market during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to restaurants, many small businesses in Midtown are still open for curbside pick-up and/or online orders—and won’t survive without shoppers. That’s why the Sacramento-based photobooth business, Giggle & Riot, has launched Curbside Crawl.
“Curbside Crawl is our solution for continuing to support local small businesses that are not just offering restaurant services,” says Caroline Winata, co-founder of Giggle & Riot. “It’s like a pub crawl, but you don’t go indoors—or even touch a door handle!”