With sincerity, to our community and friends;
When my husband and I started our dream by owning our own business, Macs Roller Rink, in Feb 2019 we had the fullest intentions for it to be a business kept in our family for decades.
Among the first few months, we became close with former owner and operator, Max Armentrout, causing us to develop a love for the history of our Roller Rink.
Since then, Max has passed away and he is greatly missed by us and our community.
In his last months, we would chat over business ideas, and he would remind us of how proud he was to see our business booming.
By the end of our first year, we thought we had everything figured out.
We cut our expenses back and every dollar we made we were putting back into our business. Our hopes were high and our dreams were higher and things were looking up.
The pandemic shut down our country a month later.
Often, regulators and government officials suggest that government funding is supporting these small businesses that have been impacted.
Speaking from a business owners perspective, the “relief funding” has offered us no form of relief from these stressors.
Opening our doors and seeing the parking lot full again, as it was prior to covid,
is the only sense of relief that we need.
As of October 1, almost 98,000 small businesses required to “temporarily shut down” went out of business.
We are fearful of the future of the indoor entertainment industry and reaching out for help as our last resort.
I ask of our community, if you are able, please come out to support our business,
Mac’s Roller Rink.
It has been a community staple since the 1950s and will continue to be.
As long as we can help it, we will do everything in our power to not close our doors.
Tell your friends, families, neighbors to come see us.
Our public skating hours are
(and will continue to be)
Admission is $6
Skate Rentals $2
If you are unable to physically attend, due to any circumstance, please consider donating an admission fee to this page.
Every dollar counts and will help us to continue to pay our debts until we are back to business as usual in 2021.