Bridgeport Believes “It Takes A Village” To Help Support Healthcare Workers, First Responders and Restaurants During COVID-19 Response
Offers 5 Ways Local Community Can Help During this Time
(Oregon) April 15, 2020 –Bridgeport Village invites the local community to join in its COVID-19 response efforts. “We have a chance to think and do things a little bit differently right now and to support one another,” states Kimberly Blue, regional marketing director for CenterCal Properties. “As many public spaces have closed, we realized that our parking lot and vacant space not leased could be a valuable community asset. So, we are exploring ways we can help, like holding blood drives, while also adhering to social distancing requirements.”
5 Ways You Can Help Right Now
1. Give Blood: American Red Cross Blood Drive at Bridgeport Village
On April 1, Bridgeport Village hosted an American Red Cross blood drive. “Providing a large, enclosed space offered the ability to have a safe and healthy environment that meets the state’s COVID-19 social distancing standards,” states Blue. The event booked up immediately, and yielded 55 donors, 50 units collected and 150 lives saved. It was so successful; a second date was added. Following guidelines from local, state and federal healthcare professionals, all Blood Drive donations will be by appointment only.
Date: April 25, 2020
For information: Call the Eligibility Hotline at 1-866-236-3276
2. Use our Space: “It Takes A Village” Community Program
Local non-profits interested in joining the Village’s efforts—and in need of a drive-through, drop off, or collection site—are invited to email email@example.com for information. Organizations need to provide any required staffing and strictly adhere the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing.
3. Order Restaurant Curb Side Take-out and Delivery
A great way to support your favorite restaurant–and their employees–is to order (no-touch) meal curb-side or delivery. Bridgeport Village is also home to several locally-based restaurants including Joe’s, KOI Fusion and Sinju Sushi. To view take-out and delivery options visit: https://www.bridgeport-village.com/event/TAKEOUT-and-DELIVERY/2145542307/
4. Get a Discount: For Healthcare Workers and First Responders
Healthcare workers and first responders (Police, EMT, Military, Firefighters, Dispatchers & Healthcare Staff) are on the front lines when it comes to caring for families impacted by coronavirus. Several Bridgeport Village restaurants are now offering discounts on take-out orders as a thank-you. If calling in an order, simply share that you are medical personnel, military, or a first responder. Then, just show your official ID/badge when picking up your order (at curbside pick-up or walk-up).
Show your ID or badge and save:
- Koi Fusion 10% off
- McCormick & Schmicks 10% off
- California Pizza Kitchen 20% off
- Sinju Sushi 10% off
5. Shop A Restaurant’s Pantry
One great way to put less stress on local grocery stores, while finding many hard to find items such as flour, eggs, sugar or ingredients in large quantities, is to shop a restaurant’s pantry. The following options are available at Bridgeport Village:
- McCormick & Schmick Chef’s Market: If you are having a hard time finding flour and other staples at your local grocery store, call McCormick & Schmick’s at Bridgeport Village to place an order for pick-up. 503-684-5490
- California Pizza Kitchen Market Square: You can find meal kits, pantry items, fresh produce, meats and seafood, milk, beer and wine and more. Order today at www.cpk.com.
About Bridgeport Village
Bridgeport Village offers a fashion-forward shopping experience with a welcoming family atmosphere. As the Pacific Northwest’s preeminent fashion and lifestyle shopping center, Bridgeport Village offers internationally renowned stores and boutiques which include The Container Store, Anthropologie, GAP, Lululemon, Apple, Crate & Barrel, Brandy Melville, Madewell, Sephora, Sundance, Eileen Fisher, MAC Cosmetics, Tommy Bahama, Soft Surroundings and the largest Regal IMAX Theatre in the state. Bridgeport Village serves as a dynamic gathering place where people can shop, dine, relax and attend special events. There are more than a dozen delectable eateries including PF Changs China Bistro, California Pizza Kitchen, McCormick & Schmick’s, Pastini, and several local dining concepts that round out the world cuisine offerings including Choza Tacos-Y-Cantina, Sinju Japanese Restaurant, Koi Fusion, Native Foods and Joe’s Burgers. Visit www.bridgeport-village.com
About CenterCal Properties, LLC
CenterCal Properties, LLC, founded in 2004 by Fred Bruning and Jean Paul Wardy, is a full-service commercial real estate company in the business of investing, developing, leasing, and managing properties throughout the western United States. CenterCal excels in and is best known for creating destinations with a unique strategy of placemaking, which emphasizes the importance of developing spaces with a sense of community.
Bruning and Wardy’s creative vision and passion for development, coupled with CenterCal’s internal expertise, is evident in the properties the company owns and operates today. In the Pacific Northwest those include Bridgeport Village, Nyberg Woods and Nyberg Rivers in Oregon, and Valley Mall, The Trails at Silverdale and The Terminal at Ballard in Washington. The Intermountain State properties include Station Park, Canyon Corners and Jordan Landing in Utah, and The Village at Meridian and Treasure Valley Marketplace in Idaho. California is home to 2nd & PCH, The Veranda, Blackhawk Plaza, The Collection at Riverpark and Plaza 183. Projects currently under development include The Village at Totem Lake in Washington and Mountain View Village in Riverton, Utah. For more information on CenterCal Properties, please visit www.centercal.com.