We want to remind you that your local government should be doing this. Your local government should be working to ensure our economy doesn't collapse, to make sure families don't go hungry, and to offer safety nets to those most at risk. However, our government is complacent and slow moving. Remember this when you go to vote in November. Remember that when you needed information and support, your government was silent. When you needed health insurance, your government had nothing to offer. When your business was at risk of closing, your government bailed out the stock market. When you ran into childcare issues and struggled to feed your family, your government had no solutions. Remember the individuals in your community, your school board, or your elected officials. Did they make decisions to protect you and support your family?
Thank you for supporting your local economy. You are ensuring the future of Fairfield, Iowa when your government failed to offer relief. You are to thank. You are supporting your community.
Stay home. Stay safe.
- Hannah and David
About Hannah and David
Hannah and David are just two people who decided to do what they could to support their local economy while it is impacted during the spread of the coronavirus. They are two normal people with a seven-year-old and a giant Great Dane puppy. They want to remind you that your government should be supporting you during this time, but it’s not. It is both beautiful and tragic to see individuals step up for their community. They said, “we apologize to you for how disappointing our government is during this time, but please help us in supporting local Fairfield businesses and business owners.”
Hannah and David run a marketing consulting firm. If you have any use of our services or would like to learn more, please feel free to contact us here.
Hannah runs a marketing consulting firm that works exclusively with small businesses and nonprofits. She also is very involved in local politics. She believes both local and national governments should work for the individuals who make up the United States.
Hannah just wants everyone to listen to more podcasts about the housing crisis and the economy.