Valley Made, Local Strong: JJ's Party House
When the coronavirus pandemic struck the Rio Grande Valley, health experts warned that large gatherings posed a risk to public health.
JJ's Party House in McAllen quickly adapted.
It still sells all the essentials — balloons, costumes and party supplies — but owner Oralia Karam now caters to drive-by parties and small, household celebrations.
"We anticipate that Christmas and New Year's will be big for us because I think all the parties are going to be at home," Karam said.
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