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Mar 03, 2021
Prepping for Post-Pandemic and the Next Event

Prepping for Post-Pandemic and the Next Event

It’s safe to say that the current pandemic caught most everyone by surprise. However, you may be surprised to learn that just since 1955, there have been 13 major pandemics or epidemics. Infectious disease outbreaks unfortunately occur with a fair amount of regularity. While we can’t know when the next outbreak will happen, we can make preparations to help minimize the effects on our businesses and organizations. The best plans are developed prior to an emergency. We currently are in the middle of two scenarios:the tail-end of a pandemic and the ramping up for the return of in-person business.
Feb 24, 2021
National Pig Day

National Pig Day

Wherever you go in the US, there seems to be some good local BBQ. Whether it be local-to-MOBLZ North Carolina styles (Western, Eastern, or Lexington), Texas, Kansas City, or even Memphis style, there are many meat-treats waiting to be tried.
Feb 17, 2021
National Cabbage Day

National Cabbage Day

Today is National Cabbage Day! You might think that cabbage is an odd thing to celebrate, but read on to find out more about this versatile garden staple that serves as the base for some wonderful recipes.
Feb 10, 2021
National No One Eats Alone Day

National No One Eats Alone Day

National No One Eats Alone Day started out in schools as a way to make everyone feel included by making sure that everyone had a friend to talk with during lunch. A recent CDC report indicated that over 40% of adults were showing at least one sign of depression during all of the shutdowns and that astoundingly, 15% had contemplated suicide! We at MOBLZ think it is time to accept the mission to make sure that those who are suffering from loneliness and depression due to constant COVID-induced isolation have some personal interaction during a meal.
Feb 03, 2021
Feed the Birds Day

Feed the Birds Day

Did you know that you help the wild birds in your backyard survive the long, cold winter by feeding them? Bringing attention to that is exactly why “Feed the Birds Day” was created and is celebrated in mid winter on February 3rd. Mid and late winter are especially hard on outdoor animals. Food sources become more scarce by mid-winter for wild birds that over-winter in your backyard. What little food that is available can get buried under fallen leaves and snow.
Jan 27, 2021
Souper Bowl Sunday Charity Event

Souper Bowl Sunday Charity Event

The teams for Super Bowl LV (55 for those that don’t read Roman numerals!) have been set and the countdown for the February 7th game is on! While we’re excited to have some normalcy in our lives by spending a Sunday evening watching NFL football, we realize that due to the pandemic and the economic shutdowns that have occurred throughout the country, many people are hurting financially and might not be able to afford even the basic necessities. The demand on food shelters has more than doubled since March 2020.
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