Supporting Local Business

by | Apr 29, 2020 | Blog

As a local family owned business, we understand supporting small business. Since the beginning, SEi’s philosophy has been support those who support us. 

As we are all home day in and day out, planning, shopping, preparing and cleaning up after many many meals we are taking this opportunity to remind our employees to support our customers when we can.  

We created a list for each branch office which includes restaurants, gas stations, convenient stores, dry cleaners, grocery stores, pharmacy’s, boutiques and more.  This allows our employees who decide to go out and pick up a curbside meal, have a delivery or pick up essentials at the grocery store to have a quick reference to choose a company that supports us year round.

We’ve all heard the phrase ‘we’re in this together.  Supporting local and small business puts money back into our communities.  You’re helping people who you may know personally do what they do better while lifting their spirits.  These businesses are essential in keeping our cities alive.  We can all do our part to to help local businesses in our community to weather this season of life a little easier.  

 

Stay healthy and support local!

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