We loved this CTV story about Century Convenience in Spruce Grove, Alta., which aimed to bridge the (Plexiglas) gap between employees and customers with what turned into a communal table of sorts.
To help people safely distance, the store owners and a customer built the table in front of the checkout area. Rather than becoming a barrier, customers embraced the idea and now the table is covered with names and notes of thanks from customers.
"I thought maybe people would get mad because of the distance and everything… but everyone’s loved it so much and they don’t want us moving from here," said Jaskiran Kaleka, the co-owner of Century Convenience.
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