Nyack businesses join forces to generate revenue during coronavirus outbreakPosted: Updated:
Two businesses in Nyack are exchanging creative ideas to generate income.
The Local Tap House of Nyack and DPNB Pasta & Provisions are promoting each other’s establishments to expand their customer base.
"I think it's important for all of us to help each other out. I hope we're not the only ones who end up doing this. I hope other people team up or team up with us and we're able to do a whole Nyack thing together,” says The Local Tap House of Nyack owner Travis Koester.
DPNB Pasta & Provisions owner Tony Scotto re-enforced the importance of letting the public know that the businesses are still open.
News 12 is told when consumers purchase three growlers at The Local Tap House of Nyack, they’ll receive $10 to use toward DPNB Pasta & Provisions. When $60 is spent at DPNB Pasta & Provisions, customers receive a $10 gift card for The Local Tap House of Nyack, and vice versa.
According to The Local Tap House of Nyack’s Facebook page, the bar celebrates five years today.
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