Sister Bay, Wis. (October 2, 2020) – Over the last couple of weeks, Tannebaum’s owners, Sue Ann and Ron Flittner, have seen an increase in the number of customers in their store and are so grateful to have you all. Traditionally, October has been their busiest month in the store and, while they are hopeful that will continue to be true this year, they recognize that they need to be taking extra precautions due to Covid-19. They will be continuing to monitor how many customers are in the store at one time during this busy season.
Tannebaum’s hours for the month of October will continue to be 10am–5pm. If you would like the opportunity to shop early, Tannebaum is offering customers the option to sign up to shop before the regular store hours. To be a part of this early shopping opportunity, they ask that you pay a $25 fee that can be applied to your purchases that morning. You also need to be registered at least 24 hours in advance. Please email email@example.com for details.
For these shopping events, you have the opportunity to start shopping one hour before the official store opening. They are limiting this shopping time to only 10 customers at once, to allow for people who are atnhigher risk or would like to have an opportunity to shop with less people in the store.
When you sign up, they are asking for a $25 fee to reserve your time. This fee can then be used toward your purchase that morning. This fee is nonrefundable if you are unable to make it. This $25 fee will allow you and 4 guests (up to 5 people total including children) the opportunity to shop. If you have more than 5 people, we ask that you pay a fee of $50 (again, this can all be applied to your purchase the morning of the shopping event).
They are also asking that all customers over the age of 5 years old wear a mask covering your mouth and nose, in accordance with the current mask mandate. If you have forgotten yours, they have some available. If you are not able to wear a mask, they understand, but at this time they ask that you do not visit their store and proceed to shop online. The number of cases of Covid-19 has been increasing in Door County and they are taking precautions to keep their customers and staff safe and healthy.
Thank you for considering this opportunity and for continuing to support Tannenbaum!