2 Small Business Owners Help Others ‘Roll With It’ During Coronavirus Pandemic
The following press release was written and submitted by Roll with It.
WOODBURY, CT – In this challenging time of uncertainty, while many small businesses have been mandated to close to the public in order to slow the spread of COVID-19, two small business owners have teamed up in an effort to help their fellow small business owners and their employees.
Steve Hochmuth of LivinCountryUSA.com and Dennis Leahy of BrenLandscaping.com launched “Roll WithIt Clothing” to spark a little smile of hope and lend a hand during this time of crisis. They’re also inviting other small businesses to share in their success.
Roll WithIt Clothing’s first offering is a tee-shirt with an iconic view of the times: a toilet paper roll over the slogan, “Roll WithIt 2020.” The idea is to help calm fears of shortages, hoarding, and isolation by lending a helping hand, sharing what you have, and helping those in need. Some people are fighting over any and everything, even toilet paper. The view of the two men is to share.
“As the bad news come crashing in, we want to help each other ‘roll with it,'” Hochmuth said.
“Don’t discount the bad news,” Leahy said, “but, also, do not let it crash us down to the ground. Do not let it divide us.”
T-shirts are available to purchase online at www.RollWithIt2020.com. Small businesses are encouraged to apply to be part of their Affiliate Tribe (details are on the website). Twenty-five percent of sales made through their Affiliate Tribe goes right back to the Affiliate as a way to help, even a bit, keep hope afloat.
Hochmuth said, “As two small business owners whose friends are shuttering their businesses, we knew we had to do something during these tough times. We want to make Roll Withit Clothing a source of smiles and a shared income stream.”