EAT. PLAY. GO. to AR Workshop Evans
EVANS, GA (WFXG) - An array of small businesses in the community are looking at ways to get creative when it comes to carrying on operations. From curbside service to delivery and pick-up options, stores are coming up with ideas to keep customers engaged while they're staying home.
Amid the coronavirus, small business owners across the CSRA are now dealing with something they never could have imagined. However, one local business has found a creative solution in the face of adversity.
AR Workshop Evans, on the corner of Washington Road and William Few Parkway, is offering an activity to brighten up those days at home- professional-grade artwork. You can "do it yourself" or with your family, too. All from the comfort and safety of your own home.
Workshop owner, Brandi Collins is busy making take-and-make DIY kits. "With everything happening in the world right now, social distancing, we figured you can’t come in for a class, but what we can do is we can bring the class to you,” she says.
Just get online, pick a project, and in a few easy steps, create your own masterpiece. You can have fun crafting, and at the same time, brighten up your home with an activity meant for everyone.
Each kit comes with all the items and utensils you will need for the project. Just place your order, pick it up, and they'll take care of the rest with a full list of detailed instructions.
A regular AR Workshop customer, Megan Globensky likes to pick these DIY kits up for the whole family. "My kids are always looking for something fun to do and instead of maybe doing art for school right now, this is a fun way for them to do something and they get to keep it," she says, "and we’re supporting local."
You can support local too and order your AR Workshop Evans DIY to-go kit online. For safety precautions, you'll be able to pick it up at their doorstep.
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