Sunday, August 9, 2020

Fair Trade Décor Temporarily Closing

Dear Fair Trade Décor Family,

Thank you all for your support and loyalty. It is with great concern for the health and safety of our employees, Coronado residents and visitors, that I have decided to close Fair Trade Décor to the public during the rapidly growing Covid 19 crisis. We have family ties and close friendships with our military, first responders and medical professionals, and know that everyone must do their part right now to reduce the burden of this virus on them as well.

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The store will remain closed indefinitely, until the threat of rapid spread of the virus has subsided. Jude or I will be available to fill shopping requests by email, website or phone and ship the order by mail or provide local, non-contact delivery in Coronado.

As a Fair Trade Federation member, we value each and every member of our team. We intend to extend their employment for as long as possible, hopefully with federal or state support for hourly workers. We have advised them that their jobs will be waiting for them when we all get through this challenge. We all hope to see you back in the store very soon!

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Please protect yourself and your family, and do what you can to protect our community and help those who are fighting on the front lines for us.

Elizabeth
Fair Trade Décor
www.fairtradedecor.com

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