Saturday, April 11, 2020

NO KANSAS CITY CUSTOM ICE CREAM UNTIL CORONAVIRUS THREAT OVER?!?

A tough but considerate move from owners of this local fave . . .

"Betty Rae’s closed its Waldo and River Market locations indefinitely March 30, promising customers on social media they’d see them again when threat of the virus has thawed."

Read more:

'Empathy over economics': Why Betty Rae's is storing its scoops amid COVID-19 brainfreeze

"This is a crucial time for a businesses like ours," said Mary Nguyen, co-founder of Betty Rae's. "We have a lag in the winter and we look forward to opening. Lines out the door are a sign of spring in Kansas City now."

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Get another job. Not back to normal until November.

Anonymous said...

After november 7th I'm sure it will be fine. Magically disappear.

Anonymous said...

It's sad that it's happening to a beloved local business, but the owner's response is to be admired. Not much self pity, no bitching about things out of her control, just a concern for her employees and a creative drive to find other ways to stay afloat.