WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – Small companies in Wisconsin are anticipated to take essentially the most injury from the new order from Governor Tony Evers Tuesday that restricts gatherings to 25 % of buildings capability. Homeowners say it’s one other problem in an already traumatic state of affairs.
“It’s been a bit little bit of a curler coaster. There was lots of assist again in February, March, and April. However within the final couple months issues have fallen off,” Fats Joe’s Pizza proprietor Joe Hixon mentioned.
The damper to native companies is seen by folks outdoors of the business.
“It’s robust on the market, and it’s solely going to get harder if we are able to’t work collectively to cease the unfold of this. This sucks,” Wausau Mayor Katie Rosenberg added.
To assist with the native companies, Governor Evers is making $100 million in grant cash out there.
“In case you’re a small enterprise and struggling, be sure to try the WEDC and be sure to’re making use of to these grants. Particularly in case you haven’t taken benefit of any of that funding but, it’s actually vital so go forward and apply,” Mayor Rosenberg defined.
Going ahead, Hixon says that he received’t be affected an excessive amount of by minimizing his seating. But it surely doesn’t assist make his future any simpler.
“It’s a tough enterprise to be in proper now. However we’re doing what we are able to, and you recognize attempting to handle the principles, and do our half to maintain folks protected, and promote as many pizzas as we are able to,” Hixon mentioned.
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