THOMASVILLE, Ga. (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.
A yarn shop probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to essential business, but what they've been able to do with that yarn has made Fuzzy Goat in Thomasville in demand during the virus outbreak.
Owner Cadence Kidwell came up with the idea to make face masks more comfortable to use.
The knitted mask extenders and crochet straps protects your ears from the elastic bands that sometimes come with store-bought masks.
And in an effort to better serve the community, Fuzzy Goat partnered with Empire Bagel & Delicatessen to give back to healthcare workers.
"We started this a couple weeks ago," said Kidwell. "We've been sharing lots of these coupons. We write about where the people are from, and so these people from all over the country who are buying a little of joy for themselves from Fuzzy Goat, are also contributing to the hospital workers."
Any one purchase from Fuzzy Goat equals one free bagel and coffee for local hospital workers.
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.