CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – In spite of the coronavirus limitations, several area coffee retailers are remaining open, which include Practically Heaven in Bridgeport. Employees reported that company has not been hindered by the virus and that they are continue to drawing a good amount of consumers. The coffee store is open up for decide-up and has lately additional a supply possibility.
“We have sent to Fairmont often, Morgantown on certain objects. Typically we supply around Clarksburg, Bridgeport. That area,” reported Emory Armstrong, employee at Practically Heaven.
Although some community corporations are remaining open up, other businesses are heading the governor’s warning and closing their doors. Stonewall Espresso Store in Clarksburg declared their previous day Tuesday.
“Well, Stonewall has listened to the governor and he’s requested that all non-critical firms shut down, and so coffee may well appear to be necessary to a lot of individuals, but we decided that we are not an essential company,” explained Sarah Zakariasen, owner of the coffee shop.
Stonewall Coffee Shop is loved ones-owned, and they said closing will be rough for them, but business had been gradual when they were keeping open up for takeout. Zakariasen said the espresso store only experienced about 25% of the organization that they employed to have. Stonewall Espresso Store does plan on re-opening at the time the stay-at-property ban is lifted.