In an encouraging move on Monday, Governor Whitmer moved the entire state to Phase 4 (Improving) of the MI Safe Start Plan and rescinded the Safer At Home order. In the next few days, retailers and restaurants can open (with capacity guidelines) and we can gather in groups of 100 or less – provided it’s

It’s week 9 and we’re slowing moving toward the light at the end of the tunnel. Governor Whitmer’s news conference on Monday brought more easing of restrictions, and we’re hopeful this encouraging trend continues. As businesses begin to reopen, here at EYR we will continue to be cautious – doing what we must to keep

It’s week 8 of the Stay-At-Home Order and, if you’re like the rest of us, it feels like week 200. But there are glimmers of a light at the end of the tunnel — daily new case numbers and the percentage of positive tests continue to move in the right direction. The safety and cleaning

It’s week 7 of the Stay-At-Home Order and we’re seeing a small increase in projects. We’re hopeful that means the worst of this is over and soon we’ll be on a path to better days – for everyone. We’d like to thank you for continuing to trust us with your print, mailing, disaster recovery, and

We’re keeping it short and sweet for week 6 of the COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Order. With the extension through May 15, we’re continuing with all safety precautions, including taking the temperature of everyone who enters our building (not just EYR staff). In addition, all in-office staff are now wearing protective masks. Thankfully, Extend Your Reach hasn’t

It’s week 5 of the COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Order, and not much has changed regarding restrictions since last week. The good news is that the number of new cases and the number of deaths continue to decline in Michigan and parts of the country. Current actions are working to halt the spread of the virus, and we look

No one could have predicted the current health crisis. We’re all taking precautions for the health and safety of our staff while also working to meet our customers’ needs. The uncertainty of the entire situation drove one fact home for many of our customers and us – having a Business Continuity or Disaster Recovery plan is critical

In these uncertain times, EYR continues to make employee health and safety a priority. We monitor the situation daily and are ready to make adjustments to ensure our customers receive quality products and service.  During her press conference yesterday morning, Governor Whitmer explained that Michigan has not yet reached its peak for COVID-19 cases; and

As we all adjust to the new “normal” during this pandemic, we want to take a moment to update you on how EYR is ensuring the safety and health of our employees while providing our customers with the quality services you’ve come to expect. Last week we sent a quick message letting you know that,

As a vendor/supplier of “Essential Businesses or Operations” within the scope of Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-21, EYR is continuing to operate with essential staff.  We are taking the following precautions to maintain the safety and health of our clients and staff: •  All non-essential staff work remotely when possible •  Staff practice social distancing

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