Several small business owners are ready and waiting for the o.k. of their businesses to be able to reopen back up to the public, and try to undue some of the damage which the coronavirus shutdown has caused.
One local couple who are business owner had the following statement:.
[ “Pretty In Bling”(online) or shop at 3456 Fuller Ridge Rd.,
Louisa KY- The State ordered shutdown of “deemed non-essential” businesses to in-person patronage, had a definite impact on our 1st quarter and 2nd quarter sales.
We cannot determine or project what those sales would have been in normal circumstances, as we are nearing our 1st year of business. We did not have past 1st/2nd quarter results as a comparison. We were expecting strong spring sales as the economy was improving, and we were expanding our customer base.
We had several spring events which we were planning on attending which was cancelled, causing a significant revenue opportunity. We are fortunate that we have a sizable online sales base which has allowed us to keep our business running and our bills paid. As we are nearing our first year anniversary we want to thank all of our patrons, those online and in person. We look forward to an ease of restrictions, so small businesses can prosper!”
— Owners Jeremy & Shauna Ratliff ( Pretty In Bling).
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