How Our Main Street Family Is Staying Connected Through Change

As we direct our attention towards the future, and our new normal, Main Street continues to focus on the well-being of our employees and serving our customers.  In mid-March, a large percentage of our team members began to work remotely – some for the first time – but we also have several champions still on-site ensuring that our products are still being manufactured and that none of our day-to-day business functions are impacted.  We applaud our critical workers who remain on-site at our facilities as well as those who were pushed outside of their comfort zones and are now working remotely.

One way we all try to stay engaged and connected with each other is through our stories.  We asked our employees to share some of their experiences from home and we thought we would share these very personal and intimate moments with you – our extended family.

In a time of change, we find hope in our own stories and maybe you will, too.  See what the Main Street Family has been up to – and we’d love to hear from you as well.  Contact us to share how you are staying connected with your teams and your customers.

Stay Well. Stay Connected. Stay Positive. Enjoy!

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