May 8, 2020 | COVID-19 Community Response Roundup: More Marquee Messages | By: Abby Armato, Communications Coordinator, NMSC |
Photo credit: Downtown SLO, NMSC, & Historic Valley Junction Foundation
The COVID-19 Community Response blog series features ideas and approaches that local Main Street America programs are taking in response to the pandemic. We will be posting these roundups frequently throughout the duration of the crisis. To view the full collection of roundups as well as access our robust collection of coronavirus-related resources, please visit our COVID-19 Main Street Resources webpage.
Today's edition of the COVID-19 Community Response Roundup features the uplifting analogue messages Main Streets are sharing in their towns. From banners in shop windows to marquees aside event spaces, these messages of support and hope light up downtown amidst the gloom of this pandemic. Whether you need inspiration for your own town's marquee or just need a quick pick-me-up, check out these great messages from around the Network.
Disclaimer: This material has been prepared for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for legal, insurance, liability, tax, or accounting advice. You should consult your own legal, insurance, tax, and accounting advisors for guidance on these matters.
The Fremont Theater | San Luis Obispo, California
"Stay Healthy SLO" (Photo credit: The Fremont Theater & Downtown SLO)
The Theatrical Shop | Des Moines, Iowa
"We 💓 Our Heroes!" (Photo credit: The Theatrical Shop & Historic Valley Junction Foundation)
The Historic Wyo Theater | Laramie, Wyoming
"S O C I A L / We're all in this together" (Photo credit: The Historic Wyo Theater & Laramie Main Street Alliance)
The Crafty Wonderland | Portland, Oregon
"Stay strong! We will get through this together!" (Photo credit: The Crafty Wonderland & Alberta Main Street)
The Liberty Theater | Dayton, Washington
"We will get through this, Dayton" (Photo credit: The Liberty Theater & the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, as a part of their #HopeSpringsHistoric initiative)We look forward to sharing more Main Street community responses. Please fill out this form if your community has implemented an idea or approach you'd like to contribute.