Tangled Roots Brewing Company and The Lone Buffalo have curbside pickup, but they too have been affected by the pandemic. Wright says they, like everyone else, are taking it day by day and remaining positive.
Erica Holocker, of Bill Walsh's marketing department, notes they've also had to make innovations in light of the pandemic. Holocker said they've introduced "touchless service" where they can bring a car to a home or workplace and even offer virtual test drives for customers.
"Now, with this run, there's so much hope that we want to bring to everybody. We want our community to realize this is going to end and we'll be stronger together," Holocker said.
"Our town is our family," she added.
Tom said it was his hope too that the social media contest of snapping photos of Coree around town will give the community something to look forward to over the next few days.
The group has already raised $1,600 and hopes that number will increase as Coree prepared to hit the streets.
"There's definitely been some chatter on Facebook of some people reaching out saying it's a great thing we're doing," Coree said. "They're just really excited to see how this project works out."