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Tennessee Pledge Partners

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Juice Bar Franklin

 Juice Bar Following Tennessee Pledge  Hand Sanitizer and employees wearing masks

"It is important always to keep our customers and staff safe, many of the practices stated above will remain in place. This January we started Norovirus safety training which was food cleaning, surface & touch with covid we then added airborne. In the restaurant business following strict food handling rules are critical. Our customers look to a healthy diet to help maintain a strong immune system so we always must provide a safe environment for them." - Jason Collins (Franklin Juice Bar)

 


Tiny Little Donuts

Tiny Little Donuts  sign and employee wearing mask

"Tiny Little Donuts owners Mark & Tammy Mogul decided early on to help flatten the curve and protect their valued TLD team and customers by closing both locations. The decision to reopen after 8 weeks, was not an easy one however, taking the TN Pledge and implementing processes like contactless curbside pick up, delivery, all employees wearing masks, plexiglass installed at cash registers for future use, hand sanitizing, temperature checks and more have been important safe guards that tiny little donuts takes very seriously." - Tammy Mogul (Tiny Little Donuts)

 


Hogwood BBQ

Hogwood BBQ - Tennessee Pledge - employees wearing masks and gloves

 

“ Our team has done an amazing job with tackling all of the new food safety standards that have come out. We have always believed strongly in food safety practices and have made it a top priority when preparing foods for our guests. We have been very moved that so many of our regular guests have taken notice and let us know that our efforts are helping them feel more comfortable to dine out during this time. Franklin residents have been amazing during this time with their support and we truly couldn’t do it without them.” - Chad Craddock (Hogwood BBQ)

 


Purple Butterfly

Purple Butterfly - Tennessee Pledge Partner - employee cleaning and sign about hand sanitizer

 

"We cater to a clientele who expect the safest possible shopping environment, from pregnant women to parents with young children up to grandmothers and great grandmothers. So we take every precaution, including requiring masks and hand sanitizer use and limiting capacity. We also offer private appointment shopping for those who desire it."   - Purple Butterfly (Dale and Neil Budde)

 


Hop House Tennessee Taps

Hop House Tennessee Taps - Tennessee Pledge Partner - sign on a table and two people sitting at a table

 "We're following the Tennessee Pledge guidelines despite our small space. Due to the guideline that restricts bar use, we borrowed tables from our church, which are six feet apart. That has worked well." - Mark Cook (Hop House Tennessee Taps)

 


Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant

Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant - Tennessee Pledge Partner - cashier with mask and gloves and a photo of a sign on a table

"We're taking the guidelines very serious. We're putting them into practice, and we're making sure that our employees are safe and that our customers are safe." - Andy Marshall (Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant)


Walton's Antique and Estate Jewelry

Walton's Jewelry - Tennessee Pledge Partner - Picture of the front door of the store

"Our showroom is currently open by appointment only.  We have made this decision not only for healthy safety, but also for our security.  Being a jewelry store, having people wear masks presents a unique situation in terms of safety for our staff.  We have installed a camera doorbell for clients to ring when they arrive for their appointment, where they can safely pull down their mask while outside to show us their face, then enter our showroom. We have hand sanitizer on every counter and take extra measures to disinfect all items that are touched during an appointment.  These protocols have both my team and our customers feeling safe and comfortable when coming to Walton's!"  - Julie Walton Garland (Walton's Antique and Estate Jewelry)

 


Americana Taphouse

Americana Taphouse - following Tennessee Pledge guidelines - employee wearing mask

"The reopening of our restaurants has shown us what community is all about. We have received so much love from our communities, and we are so glad to be open and safely serving our customers. Safety is our number one priority, and we are following all protocols to ensure we are doing our part to stop the virus." - Andy Marshall (Americana Taphouse)

 


Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe

Taziki's - Tennessee Pledge Partner - photo of employee with a mask on as well as a photo of the sign outside the restaurant

"While our commitment to keeping our guests and Taziki’s team members safe has never wavered, our approach to doing so has continued to evolve during the COVID 19 pandemic. At Taziki’s, we feel great responsibility for the role we play in the lives of our guests. It is even more important to us during this challenging time when we are all more cautious about how we engage with our communities. Their health is of utmost importance to us. Each of our restaurants have implemented in-store capacity limits, have placed social distancing markers throughout the space and all our team members are wearing protective mask coverings. We are following strict food safety guidelines. Our team is engaging in frequent, thorough hand washing and implementing increased disinfection practices." - Dale Wasem (Taziki's)

 


Dushi Wrap Cafe

Dushi Wrap Cafe following the TN Pledge - photo of signage and employee wearing a mask

"Being part of Williamson County Community is something that we take huge pride in, our commitment is to provide and follow all of the right recommendations to contribute to the safety and well being of our members , it is our duty and responsibility to be safe and make you feel safe and we are 100% committed to do so." - Claudia Casilla (Dushi Wrap Cafe)


Mercy Community Healthcare

Mercy Community Healthcare nurses wearing masks and holding up signs

“We have a screener stationed at the front door to review symptoms and take every person’s temperature as they walk in. It’s extremely important that we all do our part to keep each other safe, and we’re going beyond the CDC guidelines to ensure safety for our staff and patients. As the community continues to open back up, we're praying for wisdom as we take care of the physical, mental and spiritual needs of our patients on-site.” – Cindy Siler (Mercy Community Healthcare)

 


CoolSprings Galleria

CoolSprings Galleria following the Tennessee Pledge - photo of staff wearing masks and signage

“The health and well-being of our customers, employees, retail partners, and the communities we serve is always a top priority. As such, we have implemented a number of protective measures to keep our employees, retail partners, and community healthy." Tori Dean (CoolSprings Galleria)