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Attention local business...here’s an update from the city:
Robbinsdale City Manager Marcia Glick provided this information to be passed along to Members…
Information for Business Owners
There are no reports of riots in Robbinsdale.
There was an incident involving 2 people at the municipal liquor store that resulted in our decision to close early. Shop lifting is not unusual. Bold actions are. In light of people feeling welcome to take bold actions, we decided to close the store early. Our staff does not need to be a target for individual people feeling the need to make bold actions.
Liquor stores are high visibility targets. Other high visibility stores such as Best Buy, Target and other companies are choosing to close across the metro area as a matter of caution. Individual businesses are making decisions on whether to close their doors this evening. ... See MoreSee Less
Robbinsdale Chamber of Commerce updated their cover photo.
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Robbinsdale Chamber of Commerce's cover photo ... See MoreSee Less
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This is exciting... stay tuned for more details on our local dining scene! See you on the patio starting June 1st...Today we announced the next phases in our Stay Safe Plan. Our restaurants and bars are an integral part of the social fabric of Minnesota, and it has been heartbreaking to see this pandemic's impact on our small businesses.
Whether it’s a Jucy Lucy, a plate of tamales, or a walleye dinner, Minnesotans can support their local restaurants by enjoying a socially distanced meal outdoors beginning on June 1.
We owe a debt of gratitude to our salons and barbershops that put their businesses on hold in order to allow the state time to prepare for COVID-19. We’re not going back to normal, but with social distancing, PPE, and capacity limits, they can begin a phased reopening on June 1.
As Minnesotans continue to do their part to stay safe, we can cautiously turn the dial. Make a reservation, wear a mask, wash your hands, get tested if you’re not feeling well, and stay home if you’re sick. #StaySafeMN
www.mn.gov/covid19/stay-safe-plan ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to our very own Chamber Board VP!Susan is a Rockstar! Congratulations on receiving the Business Banking President's Award for Sales & Service for three consecutive months.
#3peat #amazing ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s the latest from @broadwayawards...WE ARE OPENING OUR DOORS ON MONDAY!!
We are so happy to be back at the office and ready to serve you!
Monday - Tuesday: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday - Thursday: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Friday by appt only
We hope to extend our hours soon. Need a different time slot? Please email Annette to schedule an appointment: email@example.com.
For COVID-19 signage, masks, sanitizers, etc., to keep your work safe please visit our website: www.broadwayawards.net.
We will be stocking unbranded 12 oz sanitizers (80% alcohol, you can use to refill the smaller bottles) and also masks, masks are 50 packs, or multiples of 5, sanitizer is available for one bottle, or a box of 12, details on our website.
Our promotional products vendors are offering a lot of specials right now! BIC, for example, is offering free shipping on pen orders for the rest of May! Email us with questions or to place an order.
We thank you for your business. We hope you and your loved ones remain vigilant and stay safe as we work through this difficult time together.
Take care and be well,
Annette, Cody & the Broadway Awards Team
(Photo is Annette and son David planting Broadway Awards flowers on this beautiful day) ... See MoreSee Less