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Local restaurant owner implements 20% ‘industry charge’ on all purchases to combat pandemic, staffing shortages and supply chain issues

The Charleston Press
The Charleston Press
 2022-01-28
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Johns Island, South Carolina – Restaurants have been among the hardest hit businesses by the pandemic, and while some businesses started to recover, they are still seeing a lot problems on their way to full recovery and getting back to normal. Since the start of the pandemic, restaurants...

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Geneva D Lawrence
01-29

I think there was federal money he could have applied for to pay salaries and give them a raise. He didn’t need to hit the public for it.

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Pamela I Smejkal
01-29

Well if you had adapted your business like many on the gulf Coast of Mississippi, you could have expanded your business, curbside and delivery all kept our businesses afloat. No contact delivery was especially used when we had covid. Many of those employees good have taken on temp jobs with food delivery business and those without card you could have kept them all gainfully employed.

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Mike Van Horn Sr.
01-29

Guess I’ll keep an eye out for the For Sale sign of Southern General. Poor business practice and obviously will force employees to look for other jobs when folks refuse to support a local business that’s price gouging the public.

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