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Local Laundry highlights Calgary’s small business sector amid COVID-19 outbreak

Local Laundry highlights Calgary’s small business sector amid COVID-19 outbreak
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As businesses continue to close their doors to the public amid the COVID-19 outbreak, one clothing company is looking to help Calgary’s small business community survive the pandemic.

Local Laundry , a clothing company based in Calgary, is taking to social media to outline how the public can help support local businesses.

“We’re huge advocates for supporting local,” Dustin Paisley, with Local Laundry said during an interview with 770 CHQR .

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“We’ve tried to play a little bit of a leadership role in the city of supporting local. We’re showing how consumers and Calgarians and anyone out there who still wants to support local can do so, because we absolutely need to at a time like this.”

The company took to its Instagram page on Sunday to highlight local businesses still offering delivery and online services in Calgary amid the outbreak.

Local Laundry took to Instagram to highlight businesses in Calgary offering delivery services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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“As a small business ourselves, we want to highlight some of the awesome community builders who are offering free shipping or delivery options, online workout programs and more,” the post said.
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