Revy Open for Business video series: Revy Outdoors

Learn how Revelstoke businesses are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in this video series designed to support local businesses during the holiday season.

File photo: Revy Outdoors owner Steven Cross. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

The Revelstoke COVID-19 cluster had a dramatic effect on Revelstoke retailers and restaurants, as customer traffic dropped significantly in mid-November.

For most local businesses, it couldn’t have come at a worse time, following the hardships of 2020 and heading into the busy holiday season, one that many retailers rely on to support the year-round services they provide to the community.

In response, Revelstoke Mountaineer is offering a special initiative to get the word out that local businesses are open, have safety measures in place, and are ready to accommodate customers’ needs and requests during the pandemic.

If your Revelstoke business wants to participate in this free video series initiative, please see the instructions here.

This holiday season, support local businesses that support your community!


Our first in the series comes from Revy Outdoors, a Revelstoke outdoors outfitter located at Mackenzie Avenue and First Street.

Revy Open for Business series: Revy Outdoors

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