• Support a Redwood City Biz – The Movie Groove & Grind

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    In an effort to promote the great local businesses of Redwood City, I have this, courtesy of a handful of friends:

    I wanted to recommend a great local business here in RWC that is having a hard time financially and we would hate to see them go out of business.

    “The Movie Groove viagra sales in canada and Grind” DVD/video rental and adjacent cafe is a fun and slightly eccentric location where you can rent great movies and get what I consider the best coffee in town. The business is located on the corner of Jefferson and El Camino Real (across Jefferson from Whole Foods). If you haven’t ever been there, please stop in and check them out – if you have been there, please visit again soon!

    Here are a few reasons why:

    • they offer personable and very knowledgeable service and can make great movie recommendations when you need one
    • Scott, Stephanie, and the staff are great in helping direct your kids to worthwhile movies that are age-suitable
    • you can get every movie there, new or old
    • their custom, made to order gourmet drip coffees are unique and delicious (my favorite is called “The Mexican”, it’s like a dessert)
    • they make the best latte in town
    • for the kids, they make organic hot or cold chocolate milk

    We would be so sad to see this business close. Please pass this on to others you know in our area. Thanks for your support!

    This entry was posted on Friday, September 18th, 2009 at 9:36 pm and is filed under Redwood City. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
  • 2 Comments

    Take a look at some of the responses we have had to this article.

    1. Sep 19th
      Reply

      I have been a loyal patron of Movie Groove since before Scott took over and everything you said above is SO true. I recently talked to Scott about doing a fundraiser in the lot after I return from vacation and am trying to get it out to as many people as possible. We need to support our local little guy who is being eeked out by Netflix and all the big businesses who don’t know you from the next person who walks in. I’m going to be calling Scott upon my return to talk details about the fundraiser (my dance troupe is going to perform) and see if we can’t get people with services to offer to come to the aid of this fabulous little guy on the corner.
      Write me back if you have other ideas how to make this happen. We were devastated when we heard Scott is losing sleep over keeping the business going. Nice to see how many people care!
      Cheers
      Marie

    2. Sep 21st
      Reply

      Thanks so much for the feedback Marie. As soon as you have any more info for your upcoming fundraiser, let me know and I’ll post it on my blogs, as well as get the word out to my network via FaceBook and Twitter.

      Ed

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