Supporting Businesses & Each Other
Here are a few ways to support local businesses, and how they are also supporting us.

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All area Bob Evans locations are offering free delivery with purchases of $15 or more.  

Burger King is providing two free kids meals per day with any purchase when you order ahead on the BK app.

Dollar General stores are dedicating the first hour of each shopping day to senior shoppers for the near future. They open at 8 a.m. They will also close an hour early to clean the store for the next morning.

The Miami County Visitor's Bureau has a page on their site about COVID-19 travel alerts and information, along with a page for shops and restaurants that are open, closed, and services they are offering.

Scott Family McDonald’s would like to wish safety and hope to all of its customers and the communities they live in. Those who visit Scott Family McDonald's drive-thrus and purchase a breakfast sandwich will receive a loyalty card for a free breakfast sandwich on their next visit.

Other promotions the restaurant is offering are:

-As a thank you to police officers, firefighters, government officials, doctor and nurses the restaurants are offering a free coffee, any size. Uniform or ID required.

-The All American Meal is available for $2.99 for a limited time and includes a cheeseburger or hamburger, small fry and a small drink.

TeamWork Ohio has T-shirts available to help support local Troy and Tipp City businesses. The shirts cost $22 with free shipping. $10 goes to the business of your choice. Find more information HERE.

Between now and Easter, Winan's customer's can order and pay online for shipping or curbside pickup. Pickup locations are Downtown Troy And Piqua's Spring Street store. Pick up times will be on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning this Friday, March 27.



Big Lots is offering curbside pick up. Shop on and choose Pick Up In Store. You'll get an email confirming that your order is ready. Once you are at the store's parking lot, call the store and a team member will bring your items to your car. Full details HERE.

The Miami County YMCA now has a YouTube channel! During the mandated closure they will be adding videos of classes that you can participate in from the comfort of your home with your favorite instructors! Stay tuned as more classes are added. Follow the link HERE to the first video featuring Heather Sever with a modified Silver Sneakers Chair Yoga class. Be sure to subscribe for updates!​

For those who can not get out of the house to purchase a card for a loved one's birthday or special occasion, Readmore’s Hallmark in downtown Piqua is here to help. Call Mary Beth at (937) 615-0820 and she will accept payment for the card and stamp over the phone and then help write, address and mail them to the recipient.

The Salvation Army - Piqua, will have live church worship on Facebook. HERE is a link to their Facebook.

Beginning Tuesday, March 24, Sunset Cleaner's hours will temporarily be 7 a.m.-7 p.m. until the Ohio Stay at Home order is lifted. Dry Cleaners and Laundromats are listed as an essential business. Remember that keeping your laundry clean is essential to fighting this virus.

This N’ That’s Candy on Main will be closed. However, they will deliver CBD oil. Text Cindy at (937) 541-9275 or send a message on Facebook HERE.


You can still dine in your car at the BK Rootbeer Stand in Troy. Just call your order ahead at (937) 335-8000.

Brower Stationers is accepting online orders and will deliver the next business day.

The Cellar is open Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m., and Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. They are currently only offering Curb-Side Pickup and Delivery Service (Deliveries must be called in by 2 p.m. for same-day delivery).

Full selection of both beer and wine is on the free BeerMenus app for your smartphone. Call (937) 335-1210 for more information.

The City of Troy Recreation Department stated all tennis, basketball, and pickle ball courts, as well as all outdoor athletic fields and amenities, will remain open, provided social distancing is maintained. Playgrounds and all park restroom facilities will be closed at the City’s parks. In addition, they are asking that park patrons take all trash with them when exiting the parks, in an effort to reduce the number of maintenance staff needed.

CVS is offering free prescription delivery.

David Fair on the Square has online shopping available through their three websites:

Ruby Lane (collectibles, dolls, and misc. antiques) 

Etsy (miniatures and misc. items) 

EBay (collectibles, jewelry, and misc. items)

Haren’s Market will be open regular hours. If you are immuno-compromised or high-risk and would like to place an in-store or curbside pick up order, call (937) 335-1399. They ask you give 24 hour advance on all orders.

Jay & Mary's Book Store in Troy will delivery books, required reading for school, stationary and more. There is a $4.95 delivery fee and the delivery area includes Troy. They will also ship by mail outside of Troy for $4.95. Call (937) 335-1167 Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Under emergency circumstances curbside pick up will be available.

Any child who is in need of a meal can come to La Fiesta in Troy from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday and receive a free meal to go. Kids will be given the option of a cheese quesadilla with rice and beans or a ground beef or shredded chicken taco with rice and beans. Just ask for the “Kids Special” no questions will be asked.


The Lincoln Community Center will be serving lunches next week during Spring Break, April 6-10. Lunch is served Monday through Friday from 12-12:45 p.m. on a first come first serve basis. Next week’s lunch will feature Subway cold cut sandwiches. Breakfast bags, activity bags, and toothbrush kits are also being passed out.

Meijer is reserving 7-8 a.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays for senior citizens and customers with chronic health conditions to shop, while 7-8 a.m. Mondays & Wednesdays is reserved for essential service workers and Meijer Team Members. From 8 a.m.-10 p.m., all week, all customers are welcome.

The Miami County YMCA now has a YouTube channel! During the mandated closure they will be adding videos of classes that you can participate in from the comfort of your home with your favorite instructors! Stay tuned as more classes are added. Follow the link HERE to the first video featuring Heather Sever with a modified Silver Sneakers Chair Yoga class. Be sure to subscribe for updates!​

The Olive Oasis is offering free home delivery and curbside.

Stay healthy with curbside service from ReU Juicery & Organic Kitchen in downtown Troy. Order online and have the order delivered to your car. Order at

Riverside Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities has positions available for those who have been laid off due to COVID-19. Become a Direct Support Professional and join one of Miami County's service providers today. If you're looking for temporary work and interested in helping others, contact Jan Wintrow at (937) 440-3090 or fill out the DSP Inquiry survey at

Salsa City Fitness in Troy is now offering free live, virtual classes, including zumba, yoga and pound, at various times. Visit their Facebook page HERE a full schedule. Located at 29 Norwich Rd.

St. Patrick's Soup Kitchen is offering free carry-out meals. Anyone who needs a meal can get a meal, there are no forms to fill out, and no questions asked. You simply walk up to the table located near the parking lot of 25 N. Mulberry St. and they will set your meals on the table to comply with the social distancing. Meals are offered from 5-6 p.m. every Monday-Friday.

Send flowers to a loved one in a nursing home, hospital or just at home through Trojan Florist in Troy. They are waiving all delivery fees for those who call in. The store is closed to walk-in traffic. Call (937) 339-2206.

The Troy Chamber of Commerce is conducting a daily #TroyTakeOutBlitz giveaway. The winner will receive a gift card to a local business. If you are able to order takeout or delivery you can participate by:

1. Taking a photo of your carryout or delivery
2. Tag the local restaurant/bar
3. Tag the Troy Chamber
4. Use the hashtag - #TroyTakeoutBlitz

For more information visit them on Facebook HERE.

The Chamber also has a Bingo Card available on their Facebook page for people to support local businesses. You  can show your progress by tagging both the Troy Chamber and Troy Main Street in your posts or putting your progress in the comments. #SupportLocal #TroyOhio #TroyStrong.

The Troy REC has created "Virtual Rec," a place where youth can check in, get homework help, or vent a little (only a little though, trying to keep it positive). Send a message, email, or call (937) 339-1923 to sign up for a time to visit with Emily, Madi, or Rachel. This service can be extended to any youth that needs assistance.

Walgreens is offering essential items through the drive-thru. Pull up and ask for a menu of available items like household goods, pain relief, cough and cold, baby formula, grocery and medical supplies. Tell them your order, no need to pre-order or leave your car.

Instructors at Yellow Tree Yoga in Troy are streaming free yoga and guided meditation using Facebook Live. Look for updates HERE.

Your CBD Store in Troy is closed to shopping. However, you can call between the hours of 12-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and place your orders. FREE shipping and 15% OFF (call-in orders), also FREE delivery within 5 miles same day. Go to their website to view products. However, do not buy on the website as you will not receive the discounts. Find what you want there and call the store to place your order. Call (937) 703-1110. 



Browse Awhile Books is taking online and phone orders, and is offering curbside pick up. Call (937) 667-7200 or visit them online HERE.


New Path Outreach are continuing food pantry services. Under the Director’s Stay at Home order, the State Health Director has directed essential businesses to provide separate operating hours for vulnerable populations. Therefore, Tuesdays will be senior/vulnerable populations only in all locations. Visit them online HERE.

NOTE: They have a critical need for peanut butter, jellies and canned fruit at their food pantry.


Tipp City's Scott Family McDonald's is now available for delivery through Uber Eats.

Tipp-Monroe Community Service is providing free lunch to all Tipp City and Monroe Township children K-12 Monday, March 30. Each child will receive five lunches. There are numerous pick up locations listed HEREFor more information, call (937) 667-8631.


Joanie’s Floral Design is open and offering free delivery in Covington. They will still deliver beyond the community for a small fee. To place an order, call (937) 473-2377.

Siegel's Country Store will continue to operate normal business hours. Chick Day's will go on as scheduled as well on April 8th. They also have delivery available for any products! Call (937) 473-2808 and view their merchandise at



Milton-Union Schools are distributing 5 lunches and 5 breakfasts for you to pick up today, Monday March 30, at the athletic entrance from 4-6 p.m. The meals are for students PreK-seniors who attends Milton-Union, even if you usually have to pay for your lunch. Make sure you know their lunch ID number- it is just used to count, not to take money out. This food is through the school, Bulldog Bags has other bags ready to give out later this week.

ReVive It has a March paint kit special which is still available. You can prepay for curbside pickup. Call (937) 750-0067. Visit them on Facebook HERE.

West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief is supporting Laura, Ludlow Falls, Potsdam, West Milton, and all of Union Township.

To support our residents as much as possible, several interested community members are attempting to organize West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief. The group will support those individuals at a higher risk for serious illness who may experience difficulty accessing basic needs or handling personal errands.

For the most part, West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief can provide delivery services that not only support individual assistance but also minimize personal contact between residents and volunteers. Items can be delivered or passed between doorways, left on entryway stairs or porches, etc., and communications would be primarily by e-mail, telephone, or from an appropriate distance in an effort to increase some human contact for those needing to stay indoors. 

Please note:  This is not an emergency service. If immediate medical attention or support from law enforcement is required, residents should continue to call Miami County Dispatch. However, West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief volunteers can provide the following services or supports to those community members most at-risk of exposure. 

  • Trips to and delivering items from the grocery store

  • Basic errands and resident checks

  • Phone calls and person-to-person “check-ins”

  • Food pick-up and delivery

If you, a neighbor, or someone you know needs assistance, please contact one a volunteers by phone at (937) 698-1600 or via social media at West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief.

If you are interested in volunteering to provide any of the services above for Union Township residents in need, please follow the link to complete a brief questionnaire. If you have any questions about becoming a volunteer, please use the telephone number listed above or the West Milton Area COVID-19 Relief Facebook page. 

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