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Palisades Mall Announces New Hours of Operation

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WEST NYACK, NY – The Palisades Mall has announced it will be returning to normal hours of operation beginning on Monday, August 3, 2020. New operating hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10:00am-9:30pm and Sunday, 11:00am-7:00pm. A select number of stores and venues, including restaurants, may have different operating hours.

Palisades Center continues to enforce sanitizing policies and procedures, along with Healthy Shopper Guidelines developed with recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) that everyone must follow prior to entering the property.

Recommended Guidelines

Simple personal hygiene is essential to minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Palisades Center is actively reminding and encouraging its employees, tenants and guests to follow CDC preventative measures as part of daily routines:

  • Wash your hands
  • Wear a mask
  • Keep practicing social distancing
  • Stay home if you are sick

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Pepper Palace Opens in Palisades Mall

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WEST NYACK, NY – Pepper Palace, known for its wide variety of hot-foods products including hot sauce, salsa, barbecue sauce, wing sauce, seasonings, rubs and condiments opened its newest location at Palisades Center on September 25, 2020. The 2,700 square-foot store is located on Level One near H&M.

Pepper Palace was founded in 1989 by Craig and Tanya Migawa and operates over 80 retail locations throughout the United States and Canada. Customers can expect small batch, hand crafted products made from fresh, natural ingredients.

 

 

“Thank you to Palisades Center for allowing Pepper Palace to become the newest member! We are excited to bring unique flavors and sauces to the New York area,” said Craig Migawa, Owner of Pepper Palace.

“It’s great to see new retail businesses opening at Palisades Center,” said Frank Borelli, Clarkstown Councilman. “We welcome Pepper Palace to Clarkstown and wish them great success.”

 

 

“We are honored to welcome Pepper Palace to our great line-up of specialty food retailers,” said Darrin Houseman, General Manager of Palisades Center. “They bring with them award-winning products, flavors and experience that our guests will love.”

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Rockland Resident is the Face of Lay’s Chips

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SPRING VALLEY, NY – Jean Paul Laurent, a Spring Valley resident and founder of Unspoken Smiles, a nonprofit promoting oral hygiene is featured smiling on a variety of Lay’s flavored bags.

The new bags are part of a campaign to promote Operation Smile, a nonprofit that provides surgeries for people with cleft lips or palates. Laurent was chosen to be featured on the bag because he founded Unspoken Smiles, a nonprofit promoting oral hygiene, especially among children. He has helped more than 7,000 children worldwide achieve and maintain their oral health, The Haitian Times reported.

In 2004, Laurent immigrated to the U.S. and settled in Rockland County, New York, before moving to Spring Valley. Before becoming the self-proclaimed Mayor of Smiles, the then 21-year-old was working at Target with limited English-speaking skills.“[Sixteen] years ago[,] I landed in this beautiful [sic] with just a suit case and a dream to excel, he said on LinkedIn. “A month later, I got my first job at Target with barely enough English to ring items as a cashier. Fast forward today, I’m at the very same store in west Nyack buying potato chips with my smile in them.”

He studied his way from Rockland Community College to New York University’s College of Dentistry, according to his LinkedIn profile. Laurent then obtained an Executive MPA from Columbia University.

In 2014, his organization got recognition by the United Nations and Clinton Foundation. Laurent got a role as a UN special consultant, providing requested advice and written statements on social and economic conditions in various countries, The Hatitain Times reported.

 

Story was originally posted in Yahoo News and can be read HERE.

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