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This Thursday, April 9th, the state of California will be entering its fourth week of lockdown mandated by Governor Gavin Newsom in a vital effort to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. While sheltering at home, we’ve noticed many instances in which local businesses have not updated their websites to inform customers about their current policies, or mention if they’re still open for business.

Our team values the health and well-being of the shop owners and employees that provide our families, friends and neighbors with access to nourishing foods and quality goods. In the midst of this challenging time, Razorfrog has decided to extend an offer to local San Francisco Bay Area restaurants and retail businesses that may require assistance adding simple updates to their websites.

Our team is currently providing 30 minutes of website updates free of charge (on any web platform) for these brick-and-mortar small businesses while this pandemic continues. This could be to post your updated hours, a closure notice, a fundraising link, or something else.

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We understand and recognize that this is a time of hardship for everyone, especially those who have been forced to temporarily or permanently close their doors. While it is uncertain how long this situation will last, we’ll do our part to assist our Bay Area communities however we can.

If your business could benefit from 30 minutes of free website updates, please reach out to our friendly team to take us up on this offer. We look forward to meeting and assisting you. Additionally, if there’s someone that you know who could use the help, please share this post with them.

Scott is Razorfrog's Lead Designer. He is a passionate web designer, graphic designer, branding specialist, accessibility expert and content creator. View Scott's bio for more details.

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