How Saluda is doing business during Covid-19
The Saluda Business Association has launched a new temporary home page that lists Saluda businesses and how they will serve the community during Covid-19. The page will be in place until the town is back to business as usual.
“Because Covid-19 requirements and mandates are still evolving, we wanted a central place where people could go to find out information about Saluda businesses such as hours and special offerings,” says Marc Blazar, president of the Saluda Business Association. “Most shops are still available to purchase gift certificates and deliver or mail products. Most restaurants are serving take out curbside service and selling gift certificate specials.”
We invite citizens and visitors to visit Saluda.com for updates and announcements.
The Saluda Business Association (SBA) represents approximately 90 area merchants, service providers, artisans and crafts people, building contractors, and interested individuals who love Saluda. The vision of the SBA is to help Saluda prosper, preserve its heritage and culture, and to keep revenue and the next generation in the community.
Submitted by Lynn Casey