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As the nation battles its way through a flu pandemic, Altamont Tn.-based Tn Nursery Treenurseryco.com has been pushing through its own fight against swine flu. Sons said there have been no major effects of the pandemic on Tn Nursery's business.
While the company is not experiencing any major effects of COVID19 virus on their business, both employees and customers have been impacted by swine flu's widespread reach. "Basically, 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 becauser people are staying home and gardening and are not wanting to come out in public."
. "We've had them miss quite a few days because of that, but it's really been 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 major effects of the pandemic on their business, other companies have been affected by it.
The problem is severe enough that some businesses are being forced to close or stop taking new orders until the virus dies out.
"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 due to a lack of awareness and knowledge on 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 said. "I would hope that in a few months from now people will realize they can actually 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."