Reston Now Offering Free Service for Local Businesses During Pandemic

Local businesses are at the heart of a community like Reston.

But these are difficult times for those that run community-serving businesses, everything from stores to salons, dental practices to cafes.

While Reston Now’s own business has taken a hit, we want to step up and offer use of our platform to help fellow local businesses during the pandemic.

From now until whenever we see a meaningful recovery, we’re making our Community Posts feature free to all locally-owned, small businesses that have been negatively impact by the crisis.

Want to promote your business, service offering, online store or anything else, via Reston Now’s email newsletter and homepage? Submit a short post here and we’ll publish it on the site.

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