Witt: Doing our part to help our local businesses

22 May 2020 18:39 #1 by CanyonCourier
The past many weeks have been taxing. Many of us have lived in fear of getting sick or have actually been sick and lost loved ones. Others of us have been laid off or had our hours cut, and families have been staying at home getting used to life together on a 24/7 basis.

It is the unknown that makes a time such as we’re in so difficult. We aren’t sure what we should be doing because we don’t know what’s going to happen. We don’t want to endanger ourselves or others, but we do see the need to get back to some semblance of the familiar.

In the midst of this world takeover by COVID-19 stand our local businesses and non-profits who’ve served us, created a community for us, and who are trying to hang on until they are free to do business again.

Evergreen Newspapers is acutely aware of the challenges our merchants, restaurants, non-profits and service organizations are facing. We feel it with you because we’re going through it too. We believe, however, that we as a community have a future. We’re not willing to enter the realm of the great mountain towns that used to be, and to that end we’re doing what we can to help.

We are excited to offer all of our locally owned businesses a free eighth page ad in the papers, no strings attached, to let residents know how you are doing, what your plans are, and your vision for your future. We are offering this to all local businesses and non-profits, whether you’ve run with the papers previously or not, because this effort is about getting our economy back on its feet, and we want this gesture to include everyone.

In addition, we’re offering matching dollars to anyone who advertises in June.

Please read more here and get in touch with us to claim your ad space! www.canyoncourier.com/content/witt-doing...our-local-businesses
Kristin Witt, Publisher
Wednesday, May 20, 2020

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