Small Business Showcase: Donut Station in Capitola [Video]

Local small businesses are struggling.

The once bustling Donut Station was the morning spot for parents to stop and buy boxes of donuts for schools, churches, work.

I know through personal experience, bringing a pink box of a dozen donuts for colleagues to take ‘over the hill’ makes people’s day a little brighter, especially when they see that they’re from my beach community of Capitola!

While these shared food items were once frequently gifted, sheltering in place has created a difficult environment, even for items that were always take-out.

Donut Station

I hope you will have an opportunity to visit Donut Station in #Capitola. Hope you enjoy my video interviews too as I wish to highlight how business owners are adapting and showing quiet strength of resilience

Note: the first 100 people who show up at the Donut Station can get a free donut on me, just mention my name and that you saw them! Cheers~ Be well!

 

Lynne MacFarlane Homes

 

 

 

Posted on May 8, 2020 at 5:05 am
Lynne (Watanabe) MacFarlane | Category: Capitola, Community Stories, Santa Cruz County, Small Businesses | Tagged , , , , , , ,

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