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Flemington, N.J.: “Small Town with a Big Heart” transitions to Virtual Downtown

While many Flemington Borough businesses have been forced to close temporarily, and others have changed their business models, their commitment to service in the community has not wavered. Customers can support local businesses through online shopping, restaurant take-out and delivery and virtual classes as Flemington transitions to a virtual downtown during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The Flemington Community Partnership has updated to reflect those options.

Restaurants have re-created their menus to offer family meals, pantry delivery, fresh baked goods and complete frozen meals. Boutiques have moved their inventory online and are providing shopping consultations via Facebook Live or Skype. Family-oriented businesses have created arts and crafts kits for kids and adults that can be delivered to one’s door. Additionally, there are online games, virtual fitness classes, and cooking shows produced by Flemington business owners. Many of those that had to shut their doors have stayed in touch with the community by creating fundraising events for those in need or sharing messages of encouragement.

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