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  • Seguin is still open for business

    Seguin is still open for business

    The spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) remains a concern across the globe. As always, the health and safety of everyone who will be attending our events is of vital importance. Because the Seguin Chamber values the health and wellness of our Volunteers, our Staff, and our Community and based on latest information from public health officials, we are postponing our widely attended events scheduled for the next few weeks.
     
    These include: (Future dates to be determined)

    • Hotshots Fish Fry and Washer Tournament on March 20th
    •  After Hours Mixer sponsored by First United Bank on March 26th
    We continue to closely evaluate information as we receive it and will share with you moving forward. Please check our website Events Page for the latest updates.
     
    In lieu of our programming, we look forward to engaging with you on Social Media. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
     
    The Chamber will remain open for business. If you would like to visit us, we encourage you to call ahead.
     
    “Seguin Chamber Members have always taken care of their neighbors,” said Seguin Chamber President Kendy Gravett. “And we still continue to do so. We are disappointed to postpone this event, but we are proud to do our part to slow down this virus. Please take care of yourself and your family and help take care of our more vulnerable citizens.
     
    “We are planning to make the rescheduled event even better this Summer or Fall, so stay tuned for updates,” she said. Tickets purchased for the event will be honored.
     
    Seguin is still open for business and business owners are taking steps to ensure the health of their customers and employees by using best practices for cleaning door handles, credit card machines and other items open to the public.
     
    Public health experts advise anyone who is most vulnerable to complications from COVID-19 to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations to stay home as much as possible and avoid large gatherings. Please follow CDC recommended respiratory etiquette and safe handwashing practices and stay home if you feel ill.
     
    As testing becomes more available and results come in, public health experts say it is possible there will be news of more cases in the region. To help support the public health response, we will continue to monitor the changing news of our region and keep you up to date on new developments.
     
    Thank you for supporting our community through investment in the Chamber.
     
    Kindest Regards,
     
    Kendy Gravett
    President
     
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