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Posted on: July 10, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Signs for businesses impacted by GLT work, extra storefront signs available

MBTA Businesses Open During Construction Signage: Green Line Transformation (GLT) team has installed banners on the construction sites across the C Branch corridor to indicate that businesses are open during construction, which began on July 5 and will continue until August 1. These signs are also available for download here. GLT team would be happy to deliver printed copies to businesses as well. Contact [email protected] to request a sign.


New and Extra #ShopBrookline Storefront Signs Available: As we continue to advance through the state’s Reopening Plan, we realize that your business operations may have changed and that new or additional storefront signs might be needed to communicate with the community about how you’re open for business. If you need new or replacement signs for your storefront, you can request them here. We’ve also added 2 new signs for Appointment Only and Curbside Pick-Up. Additional info about this initiative is available here


Coming Soon - Public Health Signs for Businesses: Signs with welcoming and encouraging public health messaging (e.g. thank you for wearing a mask, social distancing, disinfecting your hands, etc.) will be available to Brookline businesses next week. These signs will be available for download on the Town’s Business Resources page. Stay tuned for updates.


Business Support Available through Small Business Strong: Small Business Strong is a partnership between several organizations across the Commonwealth created to provide high-quality services to Massachusetts small businesses to help them bridge through the current economic crisis, with a particular focus on those that are minority- and women-owned, at no cost to small business owners. It provides access to a group of professional volunteers, able to provide guidance and advice on how to best addresses challenges they may be facing, and further consultation in the areas of Finance and Accounting, Operations, Marketing and Digital, Human Resources and Law. Visit the Small Business Strong website at www.smallbstrong.com.

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