COVID-19 Updates for Jennifer Allevato Fine Art

March 17, 2020

COVID-19 Updates for Jennifer Allevato Fine Art

Hello!

I know there are a lot of uncertainties with small businesses and with people's lives, jobs, and health right now around COVID-19, so I wanted to share an update about my shop and business. 

Currently, my online shop will remain open and shipping orders as long as the USPS remains accessible. However, in an abundance of caution, I am suspending all local pick-up options for the time being. 


Shipping times may take longer during COVID-19, as the USPS and UPS are overwhelmed with shipping requests, but I will continue to do my best to ship in a timely and safe manner. 

Even during a quarantine, birthdays, anniversaries, and life events still take place, so I'm happy to ship orders directly to your recipient with a gift note! Just be sure the shipping address you enter at checkout is correctly addressed to the gift recipient and send me an email after you place your order with your gift note to be included.

If my situation changes, I will be sure to let you know. 

You can also hop on my mailing list here for updates and fun notes from the studio!

Wishing you all good health and peace. 




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