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Posted on: June 2, 2020

City helps promote Marysville businesses as they reopen

Marysville Loves Local. Community businesses need your support

Marysville Loves Local adds ‘Open for Business’ posters

The City of Marysville is offering ‘Open for Business’ posters to Marysville businesses that are open now and, over the next several weeks, to those that are able to open safely within state guidelines. Businesses can also submit information to be included on the city’s Support Local Business web page. 

“This has been an especially tough season for our small businesses, who truly are the backbone of the Marysville economy,” said Mayor Jon Nehring. “We are doing all that we can to help them at this time.” 

One poster per business as it opens is available at any of the following locations: 

Bonefish Grill2537 172nd St. NE360-657-5629
Coastal Farm & Ranch9623 State Ave.360-658-2500
Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce8825 34th Ave. NE360-659-7700
The Creamery Co. 1206 State Ave., Suites A&B360-386-8694
Hilton Pharmacy210 State Ave. 360-659-3222

To add your business to the city web page, please email with business name, address, phone number and business hours. Include the website link (if available) or a one-sentence description of your products or services. If you offer curbside pickup, online orders or delivery, please include that information as well.

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