To Our Stonz Family
We know it's an overwhelming time with news surrounding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease) pandemic. Above all else, we want to take care of each other and this takes us working together.
To ensure the safety of our team and others that could be potentially affected, our team beginning tomorrow will be working from home with business carrying on as usual. Our warehouses are managing by having additional cleaning protocols for all of our shipments of product to you.
This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we are making changes as needed as we keep up with the situation.
In the meantime, laughter, music, fresh air, and love are not canceled. Hold your little ones tight and spend some quality time together. Keep calm, remain in the present and be patient with others as everyone is trying their best to cope.
As a small business, we really appreciate all of your love and support - with the power of community, compassion and selflessness, we will get through this together.
Sending love and continued health to you all.
CEO and Founder
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