Today's #SmallBusinessShoutout features Voodoo Vinyl! Vinyl made a huge comeback in the last decade, and what's cooler than going into a physical store and thumbing through records?
Unfortunately the family-run Voodoo Vinyl has been hit hard by the Safer At Home order. Co-Owner Greg Pinker says sales have dropped to virtually nothing. They are doing some online sales, and in the last two weeks started doing curbside pickups.
Voodoo Vinyl has two locations, one in Newhall and another in Lancaster. The Lancaster store opened four years ago and the Newhall one opened a year ago last November. While the Lancaster store is still closed, you can swing by the Newhall location for curbside pickup Friady-Sunday from 1-4pm.
Greg added that they are still figuring out how they store will operate going to forward to ensure the health and safety of customers. Masks will be mandatory. If someone wants to come that doesn’t have a mask, they will provide disposable masks and gloves at the door. He said there will also be floor markers for people to stand while they wait in line.
If you're a music lover in the Santa Clarita area, show your support for Voodoo Vinyl!
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