CEO of Tn Nursery Is Featured Newsweek Writer

CEO of Tn Nursery Is Featured Newsweek Writer

Posted by Tammy Sons https://www.tnnursery.net https://treeurseryco.com https://www.wholesalenurseryco.com https://www.tennesseewholesalenursery.com on Feb 10, 2022

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As the nation battles through a flu pandemic, Altamont Tn.-based Tn Nursery Treenurseryco.com has been pushing through its fight against swine flu. Sons said the pandemic had no significant effects on Tn Nursery's business.

While the company is not experiencing any significant effects of the COVID19 virus on their business, both employees and customers have been impacted by swine flu's widespread reach. "It's just been mainly COVID. People have that, so they don't want to be out in public," said Tammy Sons, CEO of Tn Nursery.

"I think our business has excelled because people are staying home and gardening and are not wanting to come out in public."

When it first started making news headlines in April, COVID19 was described as a virus that would likely be non-threatening to most people and would result in mild symptoms of the common cold. But as the pandemic has progressed, many people have experienced severe symptoms, prompting fears of a much more powerful virus than was first thought.

Sons said she has already seen the effects of this virus firsthand at her business, as one employee missed work due to swine flu. "It's mainly been people getting sick, but our employees are home with them, so it's not having a huge effect on us," Sons said. Sons have also experienced the effects of swine flu in another way—her children had to stay home from school because of the virus

. "We've had them miss quite a few days because of that, but more people at their schools having the flu than at our school," Sons said. Surprisingly, customers aren't the only ones keeping their distance from public places; many employees are also choosing to stay home rather than risk exposure.

"Employees are scared, too," Sons said. "We have a lot of employees who have family members that work for us, and they want to take care of their families first, which I understand (so) they don't come to work." Although Tn Nursery has had no significant effects of the pandemic on their business, other companies have been affected by it.

The problem is severe enough that some businesses are forced to close or stop taking new orders until the virus dies. "At this point, we're not affected by the current flu, but there are some businesses that aren't able to operate because of it," Sons said. "It's mainly been retail and restaurants." Sons believe that one of the main reasons people have gotten sick is a lack of awareness and knowledge of how it spreads. "I think people just don't know what to do, where to go, it's talked about all the time, but I think people are still in the dark as far as how they can protect themselves," Sons said.

She also added that many people stay home from work or school when they first start feeling sick, creating a domino effect that is slowing down the economy. "People just aren't going to work, and that's affecting the businesses around us," Sons said. "I think that one of the things that have to change is people have got to start taking care of themselves better; they're not thinking about what their actions are doing." Despite all the doom and gloom surrounding the pandemic, Sons is keeping a positive outlook about the future. "The flu's not going to last forever,"

she said. "I would hope that in a few months from now, people will realize they can go out and be in public." Despite the pandemic's impact on business, Tn Nursery continues to stock its stores and provide quality service to its customers. "It's not like we're going without any business," Sons said. "If they want something, we're there for them; we'll go get it and bring it to the store."

While the company's revenues skyrocketed due to the public fear of catching covid, Tn Nursery is continuing to look for ways to market its products, even in the face of swine flu's widespread reach. "We've got our business together," Sons said. "We're still open for business."

The company has been using all forms of media to inform customers about Tn Nursery's ongoing availability. "We're getting all of our flyers and stuff; we're getting on Craigslist as much as we can," Sons said. "We've been doing radio ads to get the word out that we are still open for business."

In addition to radio advertisements, Tn Nursery is also using targeted marketing through social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter. "They keep telling us that we're doing the right things," Sons said. "As long as we can get them to come and see us, we know they will buy something."

conclusion

Tammy Sons, CEO of Tn Nursery, is featured as a Newsweek writer, having written many articles, among them business in Covid 19 pandemic

https://www.newsweek.com/how-businesses-are-surviv...

Among others. COVID has taken a toll on businesses around the United States, and though Tn Nursery has had no significant effects from the pandemic, other companies have been affected by it. The problem is severe enough that some businesses are forced to close or stop taking new orders until the virus dies. Meanwhile, Tn Nursery continues to stock its stores and provide quality customer service. Tn Nursery is using all forms of media to inform customers about their ongoing availability despite its widespread reach.