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COVID-19 Affects Small Businesses In Town



With the daily changes in mandates and recommendations to not gather and stay home our small businesses are being hit hard. Please consider some of the following ways you can help a locally owned small business:

-Write a review for a local store
-Watch an exercise video on line from a downtown fitness group
-Buy a gift card for later
-Go on a walk downtown
-Sign up for a mailing list
-Buy tickets for a future arts performance
-Get curbside delivery or take out for dinner
-Choose a grocery store downtown
-Spring cleaning - set aside items to donate to GreenHouse Ministries
-Research history of Murfreesboro and learn about Oaklands Mansion
-Buy a membership at Discovery Center for this summer
-Write a post on social media about your favorite store & tag them
-Drive around to all the murals downtown and take pictures
-Create an outside scavenger hunt downtown to learn new landmarks
-Purchase those graduation and teacher appreciation gifts now - curbside pickup is offered now!

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