Indy Chamber launches campaign to support local businesses during stay-at-home order

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The state of Indiana is under a stay-at-home order until 11:59 p.m. on April 6 to help flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.

During this two-week period, many businesses considered to be “non-essential” were ordered closed for that time period. Also, restaurants, while they can remain open, have only be allowed to conduct delivery or carry out orders.

This has taken a toll on small businesses.

To help and try to alleviate some of that pain, the Indy Chamber has launched a new social media campaign to connect local businesses with people who want to support them.

The Indy Chamber wants people to begin using #BuyIndy online. Also, Indy Chamber wants small business owners to upload a vertical video to BuyIndy.org explaining how the public can buy things from them.

Indy Chamber will then share these videos on its social media using #BuyIndy.