Support local from home

Published Monday, April 6, 2020
by Molly Fleming

While dozens of Oklahoma City’s companies were forced to close their doors, many local retailers, restaurants and other businesses are in need of your support as they keep people working.

Many retailers are offering curbside pickup, so you can stay home, browse their website, go pick up your item and never have to encounter another human. For example, Black Scintilla women’s boutiqueGreen Bambino baby goods storeShop Good and Plenty Mercantile are ready to bring your goods to your car. Plenty is stocked up on crazy puzzles, including some without corners. Our colleagues at the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau have a full list of retailers offering curbside or delivery.  

If all this time at home has you wanting to exercise more, or you need better shoes for all those walks with your four-legged coworker, Red Coyote will deliver shoes and other goods to you as well.

There are a few one-stop-shop ways to support your local eateries. Homeland has opened its stores' deli cases to meals prepared by your favorite restaurants. Depending on where you live, you can find food from Rococo, Ingrid’s Kitchen, Aurora, Social Deck & Dining and Dominion House from Guthrie.

Read the full story on VeloCityOKC.com.

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