Clovis: Reopen for Business

There have been some limitations and adjustments with the reopening of businesses in Clovis; however, business is booming in the community.

“Businesses are super happy to be open,” said Shawn Miller, Business Development Manager for the City of Clovis. “I think their customers are excited to get out and go visit those businesses that they love so much.”

Business has been at an all time high for Panadería Café Oaxaca. Rosi Garcia, baker and daughter of the owner, said social media has had a huge impact on the business’ success.

She said the panaderia is busier with new faces thanks to people spreading the word through social media.

“It’s been awesome. We’ve had a lot of support from our customers. They’ve been trying to come in and they’ll keep us open more than anything, which it’s such a blessing to see everybody come back and just come and show some love and support to us,” Garcia said.

Bobs Saleh, owner of Bob’s Good Burger has a passion for cooking. “I’ve been cooking food all my life,” Saleh said.

Bob’s Good Burger is in the same location where Fat Jack’s used to be, so people have been curious about the similarity of the restaurant.

“Fat Jack’s been under a new management and we reopened it,” Saleh said. “We’re happy…we see a lot of faces coming back, we’re doing great, I like the area and I like Clovis.”

Alexis Govea is proud to be from the Central Valley. She graduated from Fresno State with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication & journalism and a minor in Spanish. She has that Bulldog spirit deep in her heart. Go 'Dogs! Alexis is happy to be a part of the Clovis Roundup and is excited to tell the stories of many people here in the valley along with other story pieces pertaining to the community. Alexis also works for the Fresno State Athletics Department and is a local on-air personality for Q97.1 radio.