Support Materials Available for Rowan Original Businesses

Support Materials Available for Rowan Original Businesses

Our local businesses and attractions are what make Rowan County an original destination for visitors and residents alike.

Rowan County Tourism, Rowan EDC, and the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce have all come together to provide guidance and resources for our workers and local businesses impacted by COVID-19.


Business Resource Kit.


These resources are kits that local businesses can use to help spread the word that they are open during this time. These kits are not only helpful for the business, but our Rowan County community as well. Our shop, eat, and visit local emblems will help the community understand how important supporting local is. There are many reasons why supporting our locally owned businesses is a win-win, but the best is for every dollar spent at small businesses, 67 cense of it stays in the community.


Rowan County teenagers shopping safely at Ultimate Sports Apparel/Fullers Market. 


There are small and large kits for Restaurants, Retail Business, and Site/Tourism Attractions. By selecting the type of business, you can adjust your kit to accommodate your business.

Originals are continuing to support originals all throughout the county.


Alissa Redmond putting up a Safety Sign in her store, South Main Book Company.


Click here if you would like to order a Business Kit.

To learn full details of the business resource materials and kits click here.

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I’m so excited to be representing Rowan County’s college student perspective for Your Rowan! I am soon to be graduating from Catawba College with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, and Theatre Arts. I’m originally from Monroe Township, New Jersey but now live in Mooresville, North Carolina. I enjoys writing, singing, and eating, especially at one of my favorite places Go Burrito in Downtown Salisbury. As a member of Miller Davis, I’m eager to use my passion for marketing to help tell Rowan County’s story.