WYANDOTTE, Mich. (WXYZ) — An ice cream shop owner in Wyandotte wants to make sure frontline workers are taken care of.
That is why he is providing free food and ice cream to those still out working during this pandemic.
Tyler Hutchison is the owner of Holy Cow! Creamery. He bought the ice cream shop three years ago after an unexpected change pivoted him into dreams of being a small business owner.
WE’RE OPEN: The owner of Holy Cow! Creamery in Wyandotte wants to make sure he is taking care of frontline workers. He is offering free food and ice cream for those who need it! @wxyzdetroit pic.twitter.com/jTgyexIArq— Ali Hoxie (@ali_hoxie) May 21, 2020
“I was working and right after I bought my house, I got laid off from work, so I was like 'alright this isn’t good,' so I decided to take things into my own hands and just went into business for myself,” said Hutchison.
If you stop by the ice cream shop, you’ll notice markings on the ground using chalk to help customers practice social distancing. Employees are wearing masks and gloves, and cleaning has increased.
“Every 20 minutes you know me or one of the employees will walk around, whip everything down, sanitize counter tops,” said Hutchison.
Holy Cow! Creamery is also on GrubHub if you want to take advantage of delivery.