Vermilion Ohio News #Business

Steinacker Hardware in Vermilion will be adjusting hours of operation starting Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The business will be open 10 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday and 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday. Steinacker Hardware will allow customers to enter the store, but will limit entry to 10 persons at a time. The staff has been instructed to maintain the recommended 6 ft separation from all customers.

Parmer Sportswear and Screen Printing announce is live and ready for online orders. All items are in stock and can be picked up at the store curbside or on the porch. “When you arrive, please call or knock on the door and tell me your order name and amount you paid,” stated Sean Parmer, owner.

Due to the recent actions taken and suggested by Governor Mike DeWine and the State of Ohio, Hamman's Bakery will be closed until further notice. Hamman's Bakery is doing its best to keep staff and employees healthy, along with its amazing customers. That is why they have determined that the risks of staying open currently outweigh the rewards of continuing day to day operations.

Due to the growing situation with Covid-19, and the Olive Scene Vermilion’s desire to minimize everyone’s exposure, the Olive Scene has had to make additional changes to procedures and store hours. The business wants to provide customers with the food products it carries, while keeping both employees and customers safe.

Health Solution Centers of Vermilion is still open. The Center is following all of the Governor's mandates and taking even further steps to keep surfaces clean and sanitized. Health Solution Centers of Vermilion continues to treat patients during this time.

Main Street Vermilion recognizes the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic to our nation, state, community, neighborhood and families. For the small business owners who add so much to make Vermilion welcoming for residents and visitors alike, this is a particularly stressful time.

The Nest Restaurant in Vermilion has new hours. While the dining room is temporarily shut down, the Nest Restaurant needs to keep employees working. Starting this week: Tuesday through Saturday 7 am to 7 pm Sunday and Mondays 7 am to 1:30 pm Call (440) 967-3763 to order.

Harbor Town Animal Clinic is monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic very closely. At this point, the animal clinic is maintaining normal business hours and intends to remain available to provide the much needed care to patients. Of utmost importance is the health and safety of its staff, clients, patients, and the community.

“Vermilion's own Defense Soap is swamped with orders for its COVID-19 fighting products,” states Vermilion Mayor James Forthofer. “Owner Guy Sako is balancing his move to his new Liberty Avenue HQ with fulfilling orders for their anti virus tablets.” “It’s almost a humanitarian issue,” Sako stated.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted have announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has approved their request to allow small businesses and nonprofits in Ohio to apply for low-interest, long-term loans of up to $2 million.

Miss Kitti’s Bakery, at 3249 Liberty Avenue in Vermilion, Ohio, is temporarily closing its bakery due to the Coronovirus pandemic. Miss Kitti’s rolls can still be purchased at the Vermilion Farmers Market, Apple Hill, Olive and Vine and at the Slovak Club on Fridays.

The Vermilion Chamber of Commerce has created a list of businesses that will offer services during “Social Distancing”. Shop Vermilion Merchants During Social Distanting COVID-19 If any business owners find an error, contact the Vermilion Chamber. Note churches, gyms, gaming rooms and manufacturers are not currently listed, but can be added.