Jennifer Hall and her partner Ron have worked at Pizza Village in Whiteville, North Carolina for 32 years. The two had just taken over the restaurant when restaurants across the state shut down. Hall says they had to make changes – taking orders outside, ordering more paper products, assigning parking spaces to customers “in line” for pizza. And she says phase two of reopening the economy has only brought more challenges.
Whiteville’s Pizza Village Shifts its Business Model During COVID-19
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