Mask Distribution Day at Laurel Chamber

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Story And Photo By Jackson Mcmurrey
Thursday, July 16, 2020
Packages contain five plain white masks each. To encourage the “Masks Mean Business” campaign, employers could take sheets of stickers of masks and a window sign reading “Help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community so businesses can stay open.”

Packages contain five plain white masks each. To encourage the “Masks Mean Business” campaign, employers could take sheets of stickers of masks and a window sign reading “Help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community so businesses can stay open.”

The Yellowstone County Economic Response and Recovery team began hosting a free “Mask Distribution Day” starting yesterday in response to COVID-19. Businesses around Yellowstone County can pick up masks for employees and customers as part of a new “Masks Mean Business” campaign. Masks were donated by area hospitals and the City of Billings with the intended goal to freely supply masks to businesses that want to encourage mask usage. Included in the pick-ups are stickers and a window sign displaying support for the “Masks Mean Business” campaign.

The Laurel Chamber of Commerce is one of a few sites designated for mask distribution in the area. Other locations include Boothill Inn of Billings Heights, Soup and Such at Shiloh Crossing, and Black Dog Coffeehouse. Masks will be available through July 17 during normal business hours or as supplies last.

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