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As an essential business, 2J will continue to operate in service of our customers needs.

Pickup Details
After you've placed your order and arrived at your local branch, call the number below.

 

Order Online
Place your orders online at www.2-jonline.com

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Order via Phone
Place your order by calling your 2J branch.

 

Phone Numbers  
Location Phone Number
Dayton, OH (937) 223-0811
Cincinnati, OH (513) 541-7000
Columbus, OH (614) 228-2424
Corbin, KY (606) 528-3200
Huntington, WV (304) 697-1555
Lexington, KY (859) 280-1181
Lima, OH (419) 222-8888
Louisville, KY (502) 969-8400
Piketon, OH (740) 289-2161
Toledo, OH (419) 535-6300

 


CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides interim guidance for businesses and employers to plan and respond to coronavirus disease. This link gives info on how your business can plan, prepare and respond to COVID-19.

Click here for more info. 

 

WHO

The World Health Organization offers its insight on how to best prepare and manage your business in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. It emphasizes how important it is to act during these critical times. 

Click here for more info. 

 

OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration gives a variety of resources for working members of society to stay safe and healthy during this pandemic. 

Click here for more info. 


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Loan and Banking Advice for Managing Your Business

The uncertainty of COVID-19 is making it hard to have stability in your business. Need to know more about the Federal Resources available for your business during the pandemic? Loan advice, banking resources and more can be found below.

Click here for more info. 

 

7 Tips for Business Leaders During COVID-19

Employees are looking to employers more than ever in this national crisis. Business Facilities offers seven tips for business leaders like you who are looking for guidance during these hard times.

Click here for more info. 


Materials Your Business Can Use

The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving. Need to communicate quickly with your customers? HUB has created a library of DIY materials that you can access to download and disseminate materials quickly. Flyers, emails, powerpoint presentations, and more. 

Click here for more info. 

 

Precautions Your Business Should Practice During COVID-19

Here are some practical things you and your business can do to stay consistent with government guidelines while out working with customers.

  • Click here for a list of precautions during HVAC service calls during COVID-19.
  • Click here to learn about some Indoor Air Quality products & tips during COVID-19. 
  • Click here for a comprehensive guide of HVAC service calls during COVID-19.

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AARP

Stimulus checks are a huge part of keeping our businesses and personal lives afloat right now. AARP describes who is eligible for stimulus checks and how much they will be. 

Click here for more info. 

 

Federal News Network

Feel like all of this stimulus talk needs some clarification? Federal News Network lays out a guide for federal employees and retirees that will clear up some confusion.

Click here for more info. 


Families First Coronavirus Response ACT (FFCRA)

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. The Department of Labor’s (Department) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) administers and enforces the new law’s paid leave requirements. These provisions will apply from the effective date through December 31, 2020.

Click here for more information.


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Government Assistance

Where Does My Business Start?

If all of this coronavirus panic is overwhelming for your business, you are not alone. The Small Business Administration is offering loans to businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses can apply for the Paycheck Protection Program beginning April 3 through local lenders and the Economic Injury Disaster Loans at any time on the SBA website.

Click here for more information. 

 

Cares Act

The CARES Act provides fast and direct economic assistance for American workers and families, small businesses, and preserves jobs for American industries. 

Click here to read more about the Cares Act.

 

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

PPP: What is it?

PPP is a SBA loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

  • Click here to read about information regarding the Paycheck Protection Program.
  • Click here for a PPP information sheet. 
PPP: FAQs

This is a lot of information to digest. The Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, intends to provide timely additional guidance to address borrower and lender questions concerning the implementation of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). 

Click here for more information on some of your questions.

PPP: Borrower Application Form

Does your business need access to the PPP Borrower Application form? 

Click here for the link.


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Tax Changes 

Tax Foundation

A number of tax changes have been implemented as a result of COVID-19. As the U.S. federal, state, and local governments, as well as countries around the world, are implementing emergency measures to support their economies amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, our experts are providing trusted analysis of the latest tax policy developments to better inform policymakers, journalists, and taxpayers.

Click here for information. 

IRS

The IRS is offering tax help for taxpayers, businesses, tax-exempt organizations and others – including health plans – affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn how this could impact your family or business. 

Click here for more information. 


Business Interruption Insurance

Both the coronavirus and national quarantine efforts to contain it have resulted in businesses shuttering across the United States. A business interruption policy will usually cover a wide range of business losses in the event of a business interruption event, including profits, fixed costs, wages, taxes, and loan payments. 

Click here for information regarding Business Interruption Insurance. 


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Each state has its own unique situation regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. While some states are under stricter regulations than others, it is important to know what is going on in your business' home state. Below are maps and resources to give you a better idea of what each state has done to keep citizens healthy and move forward during the pandemic. 

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Ohio

Need to know the latest on Ohio's response to COVID-19? The Ohio Department of Health is ready to answer your questions. 

Click here for more information. 

Governor DeWine's Plan for Reopening Ohio's Economy

Friday, May 1: Lift the ban on elective surgeries to allow procedures that do not require an overnight hospital stay.

Monday, May 4: Re-open manufacturing, distribution and construction.

Monday, May 4: Re-open general office work.

Tuesday, May 12: Re-open consumer, retail and services.

Stay-at-home orders will remain in place, including limits on gatherings, but with modifications to allow additional business operations.

 

5 Protocols for ALL businesses:

1. Require face coverings for employees and clients/customers at all times.

2. Conduct daily health assessments by employers and employees (self-evaluation) to determine if "fit for duty." 

3. Maintain good hygiene at all times - hand washing and social distancing.

4. Clean and sanitize workplaces throughout the workday and at the close of business or between shifts.

5. Limit capacity to meet social distancing guidelines. Establish max capacity at 50% of fire code. And use appointment settings where possible to limit congestion.

 

Kentucky

Kentucky's official COVID website has all the information you and your business need for COVID-19. 

Click here for more information. 

West Virginia

The latest COVID-19 updates for West Virginia are available on WV.gov. 

Click here for more information. 


While some regulations are state specific, others are more general for all of America. Check out the links below for general information regarding legislation in the United States as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Click here to find out the latest state actions. 

Click here to see which states and cities have told residents to stay home. 

Click here for general changes made by the US government and how states will be phasing back into "normal" life.