Chamber, tourism bureau offer businesses way to tell public they’re open

“Open for Business” is the battle cry of the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visit Tri-Cities. 

The two business entities have launched separate sites with the same branding, “Open for Business,” to give area businesses a place to tell customers how they are adapting to severe measures designed to slow the spread of coronavirus, which causes the deadly COVID-19. 

Gov. Jay Inslee restricted gathering spots and ordered restaurants, gyms and other venues to close to visitors.

There is considerable overlap between the two, but together they paint a picture of local entrepreneurs taking creative steps to stay in business.  

From law firms offering remote consultations to restaurants offering discounts and carryout deals, the lists offer Tri-Citians a way to help their favorite local businesses stay afloat. 

The Visit Tri-Cities site is at items to 

The chamber of commerce site is Send items to


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