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Why Restaurant Owners Are Afraid to Use the Stimulus Money

Why Restaurant Owners Are Afraid to Use the Stimulus Money

Update: 2020-05-01
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The Paycheck Protection Program has been a huge mess and two restaurateurs explain their problems with the loan. Naomi Pomeroy is the chef/owner of Beast and Expatriate in Portland, Oregon. David Tobias is an owner of The Wooly and The Wooly Public in NYC.

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Why Restaurant Owners Are Afraid to Use the Stimulus Money

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