TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — With the economic uncertainties from the coronavirus, we here at ABC 27 are shining a light on businesses that are doing their part to help out the community while keeping their business open.
An eight-year-old business continues adapting for everyone's safety.
Mike Goldstein wanted to create a new way to explore and travel around the city while reducing the carbon footprints of potential customers. Now with COVID-19, Capital City Pedi Cabs are finding ways to reduce the spread of the virus.
"We're wiping the seats down and taking precautions like that," said Goldstein. "With it being outside and in the open, so there is no mask requirement, but we do encourage it if they want to be safe that way. We're being cautious and vigilant, and also keep supporting local businesses because we're all going to get through this."
To learn more about Capital City Pedi Cabs and all of their available services, check out their Facebook Page by clicking here.
"We do a lot in Railroad Square and in those areas," Goldstein said. "We do get the word out that people are still open. Social media has had a great impact as well, so we do communicate with a lot of business owners on there and emphasize that we're still open. We're just getting the word out for people to shop and be a part of the community."
If you're a business supporting our community, we want to hear from you.
ABC 27 has made it easy to submit your own business.
This is not just Tallahassee. South Georgia small businesses, we want to hear from you too!
Click on the We're Open, Tallahassee tab at the top of the ABC 27 website. Then, tell us your story by filling out the section to the right.
It's our way of letting people know you are open for business, and how they can support you.