Is selling funky Prince George themed non-medical face masks to keep residents safe during this time! The masks come in several sizes and have three designs to choose from. To find out how to order yours, visit The Exploration Place website.
Rolled out a new hand sanitizer program last month! The essential item is made in-house to help first response agencies, emergency management organizations, not for profits, health organizations, and charities. For more information visit its website
This wonderful local business is helping to make grad 2020 a memorable one for high school students in Prince George. Focal Point Studios has attended valedictory ceremonies at Vanier Hall this month to ensure graduates have high quality images to look back on. Check out Focal Point Studios website to book your own photoshoot.
Grad ceremonies are being done differently this year thanks to Russell Audio-Visual. As gatherings of more than 50 people are not permitted in BC, Russell Audio-Visual is creating special valedictory ceremony videos for each high school in Prince George to ensure 2020 graduates will get their cap and gown experience. For more information on this great business, visit its website.
Has reopened its doors for clients after being closed to the public for two months! The team is offering discounts on safety glasses for Northern Health employees to thank them for their contributions during this time. For more information on this great local business, check out the Savers Optical website.
Staff have been giving back to the community by volunteering for Meals on Wheels. The program was experiencing a drop in volunteers due to COVID-19 so the Prince George Airport Authority committed to volunteering on a weekly basis during the pandemic. To find out more about Meals on Wheels and how you can get involved visit the Prince George Council of Seniors website.
Started making hand sanitizer to keep up with the growing demand for the essential item! The recipe is 80% ethanol as recommended by the World Health Organization. To find out how to purchase some, visit the Trench Brewing & Distilling website. Did we mention Trench has also re-opened its dining room?!
This wonderful local business has shifted its business model from beer to hand sanitizer to keep the community safe. The World Health Organization-approved sanitizer is available in multiple sized bottles for personal use or for use at your business. For more information, check the CrossRoads Brewing & Distillery website.
This locally owned and operated business has done an incredible job of supporting the community since its opening in 2019. At the end of each day they donate all of their remaining product to local charities to ensure that those in need are taken care of. In addition, the team does complimentary lunch hour drop-offs for the medical staff at the University Hospital of Northern British Columbia. Stay up to date on their great work and follow COBS Bread Bakery.
Printing signs and decals for local businesses with COVID-19 messaging – including the Support PG initiative! Provided a generous discount for 1,000 Support PG vehicle decals and 1,000 storefront decals for the community to show their love for the project. Stay tuned for how and when you can get your own Support PG decal! To learn more about their services, visit Papyrus Printing.
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