*What information are we looking for? Name of proprietor (include your class year if an alumnus); Business name; Do you won this business?; Business phone number, Business e-mail; Business street address; Business website address; and (for office use only) Personal e-mail address.
Please help us by patronizing these establishments to support the well-being of our Carolian Community Members!
Name/Live Link – Street Address – Main Phone Number – “Carolian” Proprietor_______
Plank’s Cafe & Pizzeria / John Plank ’82 / 743 Parsons Avenue Columbus, OH
Byrnes Pub / Pat Byrne ’79 / 1248 West 3rd Avenue Columbus, OH 43212
Amato’s Woodfired Pizza / Brad Hampu (Father of Dylan ’17 & Zach ’22) / 6 South Sandusky St., Delaware OH 43015
White Feather Farms of Ohio / Fritz Schuler ’84 /13231 Refugee Road S.W. Pataskala, OH 43062
Generations Religious Gifts & Church Supply / Andy Nentwich ’06 /1095 Dublin Road l Columbus, OH 43215
Woodcraft / Robert Smith (Father of Tyler ’00) / 1077 Bethel Road Columbus, OH 43220
Professional Services Companies
Pharion Counseling, LLC / Jeff Pharion ’86 / 1115 Bethel Rd. Columbus, OH 43220
USA-1 Real Estate / Rick ’82 and Nick ’18 Teague / 160 E. Broad Street Pataskala, OH 43062
Consolidated Insurance Group LLC / Thomas G Pillifant IV ’88 / 371 County Line Rd. West, Ste# 100A Westerville, OH 43082
Dogs Rule! Dog Day Care / Family of Nick Eaddy ’20 / 4095 Hoover Rd. Grove City, OH 43123
Roberts Service Group (general contractor/electrical) /Richard Y. Roberts, Jr./ 820 N. Hague Ave. Columbus, OH 43204
Maeder Quint Tiberi Funeral & Cremation Service, Inc. / Anthony, John ’84, Joe ’87 Tiberi/ 1068 S High St., Cols., OH 43206
Here are three simple steps you can take to support the Cardinal family owned local businesses during these unsettling times:
1.) Carry-out and delivery is still an option for many restaurants and bars. Many states have taken precautions by shutting down dine-in for restaurants, but getting a carry-out order or calling for delivery is still a great option, if it exists where you live. You don’t have to cook, and the restaurant is still making some money. So check to see if that’s a possibility at a Carolian eatery.
2.) Buy gift cards from your favorite restaurant or boutique. There will come a time in which small businesses will be open again, so why not purchase a gift card now, that you can use later? This is a fantastic way to make sure that your favorite restaurant or store is getting some income right now, when the business needs it the most. Plus, it will feel like you’re having a free dinner when you use the gift card later down the road.
3.) Shop online. We’re all pretty used to shopping online, so one way you can support a local business is shopping from your computer or cellphone. Not all boutiques or retail stores may have the option to offer online shopping, but if they do, it’s a great way to support a small business and practice social distancing.