Statement from Bill Hallan, President and CEO of Michigan Retailers Association, on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s further reopening of retail
“We are pleased that Gov. Whitmer is allowing retailers to open their doors to customers again.
LANSING, Mich. – Most stores were forced to close through the entirety of April due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the results of the Michigan Retail Index reflect the expected drastic decline in numbers.
Gov. Whitmer is requiring that businesses create a COVID-19 preparedness and response plan by June 1 or within two weeks of reopening.
We’ve provided helpful instructions and an easy and effective template that you can use.
As the state allows retailers to reopen their doors, we’ve compiled relevant information in a guide to try to make it easier for you to comply with the many new health and safety requirements.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is allowing stores across mid- and southern Michigan to open their doors to 10 people at a time starting Tuesday, May 26.
The Governor used the term “by appointment only.”
By LISA J. REIBSOME
Which COVID-19 pandemic behaviors will have a lasting impact? Michigan Food News asked three industry experts to weigh in. Retail Food Industry Consultant Michael Sansolo,
Here’s a helpful memo from the National Retail Federation about the just-released PPP loan forgiveness application from the Small Business Administration:
The SBA released a standardized PPP loan forgiveness application with instructions.