小企业和covid-19

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布莱恩·阿伯特

A look inside Speakeasy Records & Oddities with owner, 布莱恩·阿伯特.

Many non-essential businesses are currently closed at the moment due to the spread of coronavirus. One of the businesses experiencing this non-permanent closure is Speakeasy Records & Oddities, which is located locally in Decatur, Illinois.

“It’s more than just a retail store that sells records,” owner of Speakeasy Records & Oddities, 布莱恩·阿伯特 said.

Speakeasy Records & Oddities houses many genres of records, rock and roll memorabilia, live music, and a coffee bar. There is no other place in Decatur like it.

“最重要的是非法经营的是一个社区的地方,支持艺术,每个人都没有判断的欢迎,” Abbott说。

With the state of Illinois still on lockdown, SpeakeasyRecords & Oddities is temporarily closed. The supportive community of record aficionados, artists, and musicians are surely missing them.

As many businesses are doing at the moment, Speakeasy Records & Oddities offers opportunities for clients to pick up merchandise.

“为了得到在人们心目中的非法经营和鼓了起来至少有一点现金,我使用社交媒体,” Abbott说。 “出售一些项目,最近已经开始接受预约的商品回升。”

As an example, Speakeasy Records & Oddities Facebook的 page advertises packages for pickup that include things like tee shirts, gift cards, stickers, buttons, etc. in their “Sunday packages.”

“钱在哪里去?乐队需要一个地方玩,尤其是年轻的,而那些打原件,”雅培他的Facebook的页面上说,“这将需要建筑许可证,一个小型室外可行阶段(坚固适当的地基),一些插座和照明,一个北侧隐私围栏部分接壤埃尔多拉多,有点美化“。

“这些周日包的100%会去这样的努力,而那些买包也将获得签署围栏贡献者与所有沿乐队是那个舞台上发挥说谢谢,” Facebook的页面表示。