Up to 50 per business ... right now!
Chamber has masks
for local businesses
We all saw the move toward mandatory face masks coming ... but not everyone was prepared for it! Literally overnight, local businesses were required by law to provide masks or face coverings for their entire staff ... and for mask-less customers as well, if they wanted their business.
That's left scores of local business owners scrambling -- along with the Chamber, the City and CVB -- to get their hands on large numbers of masks ASAP ... and without breaking the bank!
The Whitefish Chamber can help you out on both scores ... but you better act quick! We recently received 2,000 reusable cloth face masks from the Montana Hospital Association, and we're offering them to Whitefish Chamber members free of charge for as long as they last ... and they won't last long!
Email your mask request today; have them in-hand tomorrow!
Due to demand, we're limiting requests to 50 masks per business ... enough to get you up, operating and legal, and give you a little bit of time to gauge how many you may need for mask-less customers this summer.
To reserve your masks,
to email Visitor Center Manager Debbie Webb. The masks come in sealed packages of five, so let Deb know how many you'd like to pick up and she'll have them ready for you the following day! The Chamber offices are open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 9-2 on Saturdays.
For individual masks, send 'em to City Hall!
Fifty masks ain't a lot ... so when you run out and have patrons who need one, send them to City Hall!
No kidding -- the Whitefish CVB and the City have joined forces to supply individual masks to visitors who need one in order to step into your bar, restaurant or shop and spend their hard-earned money. So send them to Whitefish City Hall -- at the corner of 2nd Street and Baker Ave. -- and pick one up for themselves or their entire family.
City Hall is open daily Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call them at 863-2400.