Small business Saturday draws in shoppers to local businesses
The boutique started making local deliveries to better reach their customers
ONALASKA, Wis (WKBT) – It’s no secret that the pandemic hasn’t been kind to smaller businesses.
In an effort to keep our community growing and connected, businesses are encouraging residents to participate in shop small Saturday.
One local businesses, Mainstream Boutique in Onalaska, has been working hard to keep their doors open and their customers happy.
They are offering curbside pick up to help people stay socially distant,
After one customer couldn’t travel to the store because of a recent surgery, the boutique started making local deliveries to better reach their customers.
There are many ways to stay healthy and helping customers look good and feel good go hand in hand.
“So we do all kinds of things, whatever it is that they need. Special appointments, to make sure that we can take care of them, and make sure that during this time, they look and feel their best. Because that’s really important, Lee and I were talking about mental health, and its really important for everyone to look and feel their best each and everyday,” said Kimberly Bentzen-Tabbert , the owner of Mainstream Boutique in Onalaska.
Shop Small Saturdays and Sundays will continue in our area throughout the Holidays.