BETHLEHEM, Pa. - A Lehigh Valley business is lending a helping hand to local restaurants affected by the coronavirus.
PostNet Bethlehem is offering to print 100 free take-out menus for restaurants in the city. They're also delivering the freshly-printed menus for free.
The owner says they want small businesses to stay successful amid the downturn caused by the outbreak.
"My feeling is that we all really should do what we can from where we are and we're in a print shop," said Marisa Lenci, owner of PostNet Bethlehem.
Lenci says they will help all the restaurants in Bethlehem for as long as it takes.