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Local Family makes signs to remind community to stay strong and support local businesses

Posted at 11:36 PM, May 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-08 02:36:14-04

The Hernandez family in Arroyo Grande wanted to remind the community that we're stronger together amid uncertainty.

So Tiffany Hernandez and her family started printing signs that read: "Central Coast Strong" and "Better Together," planning to give them out to family members and friends.

Little did they know that their entire community would want a sign.

The Hernandez family created a Facebook page for their campaign and it has already grown to over 2,500 members.

The group champions local business and encourages people to support local.

With the added audience, the demand for Central Coast Strong signs has skyrocketed; now the Hernandez family spends four-to-five days a week delivering signs to community members -- for free.

"The overall message," says Tiffany Hernandez, who started it all. "Is businesses and Central Coast community members wanting to support and keep their dollar local."

The signes are free, says the Hernandez family; they say that they're a reminder to continue supporting local businesses and the community.

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