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This past Friday Fountain Valley residents came out to cash mob Heavenly Vintage Nursery and Tio Flacos Tacos. Fountain Valley is home to many small businesses, neighborhood allies and small-town vibes. During Covid-19 small businesses are struggling and three women knew how they could help. Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine, Anne Marie Jones, Fountain Valley small business owner and Gigi Hart, Cash Mob Facebook Administrator, have put together a weekly cash mob focusing on small businesses in Fountain Valley. Join in on the fun this Friday and stay tuned for the secret location!

Hey locals, Fountain Valley is gearing up for a cash mob to support our local businesses. Go to the secret location, spend $20 and leave with goodies! Fountain Valley loves our mom & pop shops and to show it the city is organizing cash mobs to support struggling businesses through Covid-19. Fountain Valley has done 20 successful cash mobs in the past with this round being led by Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine photographer, and Ann Marie Jones, Managing Partner at Manufactured Home Works.

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Stephanie Hohertz, Operator for Grocery Outlet in Fountain Valley and her team have been working tirelessly these last few days to bring the stores inventory levels back to normal. Due to the quarantine, her store and many others have been experiencing low levels of supplies. "The store is pretty much back to normal. We're still out of hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. But we have a fully stocked produce, meat, dairy, and frozen food section."Stephanie HohertzOperator Grocery Outlet Fountain Valley Stephanie also mentioned they do have a restock of toilet paper. Purchase limits still apply. Where are they located? 18920 Brookhurst St,

In a recent post on Facebook from their corporate account, Stater Bros Markets announced they will officially be opening ALL their stores at 7:45am to allow senior citizens (65+) essential shopping time. The new shopping time will begin on Wednesday, March 18th. Recently Stater Bros had reduced their shopping hours from 8am to 9pm for the general public. "The reduced hours allow us sufficient time to thoroughly clean our stores, restock merchandise and ensure a safe and healthy shopping experience for our customers and employees."Stater Bros Market

As a special gesture, the Ayres Hotel Fountain Valley would like to extend an invitation to stay in one of their deluxe guest rooms at $99+ a night. Reservations can be made online by clicking the following link - http://bit.ly/2Qk4ouK The special reservation rate also includes FREE wi-fi, parking, and breakfast. Locals can also place their reservation by calling the front desk at 714-861-5170 ext. 0 and refer to "Experience Fountain Valley" to receive this special rate. Ayres Hotel is located at 17550 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

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