When business ground to a halt eleven months ago, Alexis Kinsey didn't think it would be forever.
"If you were to ask me at that time, I would have been completely wrong in telling you how long the impact of the pandemic would be," said Kinsey, owner of several restaurants including Taqueria Tsunami and Stockyard Burgers and Bones in Marietta.
Kinsey, of course, soon came to the same realization as the rest of the world — COVID-19 was here for the long haul. Almost immediately, her business was on shaky ground. Restaurants were closed. Inventory was tossed in the trash. Revenue dropped to zero.
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