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By David Pan
Beacon reporter 

COVID-19 impacting bottom line of Mukilteo businesses

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 49

Last updated 4/30/2020 at 4:05pm

David Pan

Ace Hardware manager Chantelle Burris said that customers are purchasing a lot of plants for their yards and paint for projects around the house.

What do you do when you've stuck at home for the last month, aside from the occasional trip to the grocery store?

It appears many people are taking a good look around their house and yard, and then heading to the hardware and nursery store.

While many businesses in Mukilteo are either closed or open but struggling financially, Ace Hardware looks to be weathering the effects of Gov. Jay Inslee's stay-at-home and non-essential business closure orders.

Ace Hardware (12680 Mukilteo Speedway) has remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic, though the locally owned store is closing an hour...



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