With Father’s Day around the corner, Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Cohn is encouraging city residents to shop local.
“In light of the fact that stores are opening, venture out,” Cohn said. “Put a mask on, go out and get some fresh air and support our local businesses — they’re struggling to come out and they need all of us to support them.”
Cohn added that residents should consider their local stores before online shopping. And with the deadline to grab a gift just a couple days away, patronizing a local business may be ideal to grab a gift on time.
Businesses offering Father’s Day promotions
The Max Challenge of Glen Cove
The Max Challenge of Glen Cove, a fitness center, is offering a “10-Week Challenge” program as a Father’s Day gift.
The “10-Week Challenge” includes live and on-demand interactive workouts, sensible and creative nutrition, community support and accountability, weekly live cooking demonstrations, weekly mindfulness walks, weekly motivational speakers and nationwide workouts on Saturdays.
Call (516) 701-2077 for more information.
Glen Cove High School PTSA
Looking to grab a Father’s Day gift while supporting the Glen Cove High School PTSA? Its store is selling face masks, tumblers, shirts and beach towels that say “Glen Cove Strong.”
For more information, visit https://gcptsastrong.itemorder.com/sale.
Laura’s BBQ on 76 Shore Road, located inside the Safe Harbor Marina, is offering limited barbeque for pickup or to enjoy on the patio from Thursday to Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. (or until their supply runs out).
To make an order ahead of time or for a specific meat request, text (516) 270-7806. “Father’s Day is this Sunday, place your order now,” stated Laura’s BBQ via Facebook.
Loafers Bakery & Gourmet Shoppe
The avocados are ripe and ready at Loafers Bakery & Gourmet Shoppe. For guacamole and tomato salad for a backyard celebration, call (516) 759-9624. Loafers Bakery & Gourmet Shoppe is located at 175 Birch Hill Road in Locust Valley.