'Business as usual' has a whole new meaning these days.
Living rooms have become offices and basements quickly converted to work-hub hideouts from kids (and spouses). The socio-economic impact of COVID-19 has hit every aspect of human life, and the ripple effect will be felt for a long time -- if not longer.
However, from chaos comes a ladder.
Some local businesses in the D.C. area have pivoted their mission and shifted priorities on a dime. Others, need help.
If your business is going through dramatic change -- positive or negative -- we want to hear from you. We will highlight and help spread the message to the Greater Washington area. We're in this together, and we'll get out of this together.
The distillery plans to donate the sanitizer to local medical facilities and eventually the larger community of Frederick.
Need a job right away? Apply for a job at Papa John's -- and start that same day.
“Here in the DMV we’re making it quick and simple to apply, interview and start work same-day at Papa John’s,” said Andy Freitas, who owns franchise locations in the Greater Washington area.
The company is also providing bonuses of up to $500 to current employees and launching a new child and elder care program for its staffers.