We’ve kicked off our Cure the Summertime Blues shop local campaign by giving out $50 gift cards purchased at OV businesses! At our  Oro Valley Chamber Thursday night mixer, hosted by Copper member Casa de la Luz and the Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa, we gave away $50 gift cards to The Happy Saguaro, Noble Hops, Cheers to You Nutrition, Havven Beauty Salon and Lewis & Ivey Salon. Think OV First; Shop Local.

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Your Chamber is purchasing $5,000

in gift cards from local merchants to give away to the general public. Don’t miss out!

Remember to #thinkOVfirst and shop local. This month, celebrate those graduates with gifts, cakes and food from local retailers, bakeries and restaurants.
Coming up in June …
June 20, Father’s Day
June 25, National Take Your Dog to Work Day!
Summertime Blues

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Fine Oro Valley Businesses

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Effort aims to keep community,

workers safe, business viable

  The Town of Oro Valley, in conjunction with the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, has launched OVSafeSteps, a business assistance program that can financially benefit local businesses struggling during the pandemic.
     With the understanding that a healthy community leads to a healthy economy, the program provides valuable resources while asking businesses and community members to comply with health guidelines with a pledge to keep Oro Valley safe, responsible and open.
     “OVSafeSteps was created to help our local businesses, and also to recognize that each of us has a role in reducing the spread of COVID-19. We need to work together and commit to responsible actions to move forward. This program will benefit businesses, and it will also benefit residents who are interested in supporting our businesses,” said Mayor Joe Winfield.

The promise, for local residents
As a community member, I will:
  • Follow public health guidance as updated
  • Patronize local businesses when possible
  • Stay home if I am feeling sick
  • Wash my hands often
  • Practice physical distancing
  • Wear a face covering when I enter businesses
  • Learn about high-risk groups and help protect them
The promise, for local businesses
As a business, we will:
  • Follow public health guidance as updated
  • Do what we can to protect the greater OV community and visitors
  • Check employees for symptoms and have them stay home when sick
  • Have employees wash hands frequently
  • Ensure high-touch surfaces will be regularly disinfected
  • Enforce physical distancing
  • Wear and enforce face coverings
  • Learn about high-risk groups and help protect them
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