😀NEW PRINTS from R. Riveter‼️#Repost @rriveterflagship ・・・ The Beyond the Sea Stripe print is everything! But let’s be honest, picking one favorite is way too hard! #downtownsouthernpines #southernpinesnc #moorecountyshopping
We are excited to announce that our Annual Sidewalk Sale is ON! Once we know which phase we will be in by then, we will announce our safety protocols. In the meantime, mark your calendars and get ready to shop and SAVE! If you own a business downtown and would like to participate, please email email@example.com. SPBA member merchants who are not located downtown are welcome to partner with a downtown shop.
🇺🇸HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY...The flags are out downtown as we remember and give thanks to those who gave their lives for our freedom. #thankyou #freedomisntfree #downtownsouthernpines #southernpinesnc
@rriveterflagship has joined the SPBA. We are excited to welcome them into our community! Their handmade bags, wallets, etc. are made my military women on a mission! Check out their story at https://www.rriveter.com/pages/ourstory.
🙌🏼FINALLY! We’re moving into Phase 1 on Friday! RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Gov. Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina will enter Phase One of the state's three-part plan to reignite its economy, allowing most stores and parks to open but keep businesses like bars and salons closed. In a news conference Tuesday, Cooper said his new Executive Order will officially enact Phase One as of 5 p.m. on Friday, May 8. We have to keep taking precautions to keep people safe, but at the same time, we know we can't stay at home forever, Cooper said. The revised stay-at-home order will allow retail stores that were previously designated as non-essential--including clothing, sporting goods and houseware stores--to welcome customers for the first time since March. The businesses, however, must screen their employees for symptoms, ensure capacity never exceeds 50 percent of the building's total fire capacity, maintain social distancing among shoppers, and conduct routine maintenance and sanitation. Phase One will allow child care centers to re-enroll children whose parents are back at work or looking for work, as long as the centers follow strict cleaning requirements. Under the new order, summer day camps will be allowed to operate, but overnight camps will not