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Salisbury Post’s office to close to walk-in traffic

The Salisbury Post’s office, 131 West Innes St., has closed to walk-in traffic as employees transition to mostly working from home.

The change also affects the Rowan County United Way, located on the second floor of the building. Telephone customer service will continue for both organizations without interruption. No change in the Post’s print publication schedule is expected.

“We appreciate the patience and understanding of our customers who prefer to do business with us face to face,” said Publisher John Carr. “We look forward to the time when things return to normal, but for now we want to do our small part in preventing spread of the coronavirus.”

A plentiful supply of newspapers will be available in the coin-operated newsstands around the Post’s office

Payments and news submissions can be placed in the dropbox on the right side of the newspaper’s entrance on Innes Street.

Individual departments can be reached by using the following phone numbers:

• Subscriptions: 704-797-4213

• Advertising: 704-797-4286

• Classifieds: 704-797-4282

• Account payments: 704-797-4211

• United Way: 704-633-1802

To contact the newsroom, please call Editor Josh Bergeron directly at 704-797-4248.

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