Speak Up: Smaller entities find ways to survive during pandemic

Posted 9/25/21

Small businesses have faced big-time problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. And for many, it was no longer just about trying to get by. It was a matter of survival. Local small-business owners …

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Speak Up: Smaller entities find ways to survive during pandemic

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Small businesses have faced big-time problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. And for many, it was no longer just about trying to get by. It was a matter of survival. Local small-business owners Rous and Angie Robles of My Sister’s Fault bakery in Milford, Mike Rasmussen of Painted Stave Distilling in Smyrna and George Dobbins of CrossFit Dover shared some of their stories of adapting and surviving during the pandemic at last week’s Central Delaware Economic Summit.

  • My Sister’s Fault has the best food and desserts! — Robert Locke
  • Thanks for the opportunity. It was a pleasure. — Rous Robles
  • These ladies are awesome and extremely creative! #MySistersFault. — Gayle Dolinger
  • Felicidades. — Ángel Robles