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[Infographic] The Grocery Store Experience: How to Design Safe, Adaptable Shopping Environments

As we continue to settle into the economic and psychological realities of COVID-19, businesses are evaluating what response tactics worked well in 2020 and where there’s room for improvement to ensure resilience going forward. For businesses deemed essential, such as grocery stores, the learning curve has been short and steep — adapting hasn’t been about “if,” but “how” and “how fast.”

Read about our recent research partnership with client, Town & Country Markets, and the insights gained around taking steps toward success in 2021.

Cushing Terrell Honors Nathan Helfrich with the 2020 Integrity and Client Service Award

The Integrity and Client Service (ICS) Award is the highest annual honor bestowed upon a Cushing Terrell team member. Colleagues are nominated from across the firm, and the winner is judged on their excellence in three categories: honesty, compassion, and responsiveness.

Our 2020 ICS Award recipient is Nathan Helfrich. A project architect and associate in Bozeman, Montana, he’s been with Cushing Terrell for 15 years. Nathan is known by his clients and colleagues as someone in whom you can have great confidence; someone who truly listens and commits to his clients and their visions. He’s the person people call if things get tough.

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