Well, at the start of March my calendar was very full with events and meetings. Fast forward to May, and I have been spending most of my time working on marketing initiatives, reports and reaching out to contacts all from the comfort of my home. As have you and I guess a hard “reset” was what the universe called for.
As Vice President of White Glove Moving & Storage, we remain open as an essential service. Hence, with real estate still going well, we are able to assist. In fact, a number of jobs have doubled in size due to folks from the Eastern corridor’s inability to travel at this time.
However, as a talk radio host, the show must go on. To date, we have had great community updates and tips for how to’s while at home. With some of our sponsors closed through April, consider supporting them by booking appointments or getting gift cards come May.
True Colors Salon will re-open May 2nd, now we can wash all that gray right out of our hair. Foxy Nails & Spa will also resume manicures, pedicures and waxing by appointment only. Good news, this is just in time for Mother’s Day!
As for Caliber Home Loans, if you no longer wish to be an apartment dweller after Covid, call them for a free consultation. Home a home with a bit of land and have a stronger sense of security. Of course, you can count on White Glove Moving & Storage to help with all that heavy lifting; near or far.
In closing, shop local when you can. Try to get some fresh air. Do what you can to stick to a schedule so when we resume, you can be ready.
Remember, we really all are in this together. Social distance when you can, wash your hands often and tune into talk radio and other outlets so you can be kept in the loop of all the changes happening daily.