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March 16th, 2020


Dear TCV Team,


We have created this blog to help keep everyone updated, as we know you are all concerned about the current situation. Obviously the situation continues to evolve daily with both the status of COVID-19, government regulations, and the weather conditions.


We will update this site daily for you all to check-in.


The well-being and safety of our TCV family are of paramount importance to us, both with the immediate threat and for the long term. We are doing everything that we can as a company to ensure our long term viability, as well as to minimize impact to you in the short term.


As of today, both restaurants will be open until 4 pm and taking to go dinner orders for pick up until 5 pm. What we do tomorrow will depend upon the response today, both from customers and from regulations.


We encourage everyone to visit the California EDD website to learn more about the resources that are available to you, in particular, the section for "Reduced Work Hours" - because to be clear, as of right now we are not officially shutting down, nor are we laying off any employees. You can determine your eligibility and find any appropriate forms from this page:


https://www.edd.ca.gov/about_edd/coronavirus-2019.htm


As more news and resources continue to come about, we will absolutely share those with you here. And of course, feel free to reach out with any questions. We’ll do the best we can to answer.


You can, at any time, email info@truckeecraftventures.com which goes to our internal office team. We'll respond to any questions, at any time.


Sincerely,


-Alicia, Andy and Jordan.

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