“Then, we’re going to put it out there for sale,” Judy said. “I’m hoping someone will buy the business for the community.”
She had been thinking about selling the business for a couple of years and now seemed the right time. Of course, she said, the coronavirus pandemic affected business and played a part in her decision but was only part of it.
“We’re still doing fine,” she said. “COVID hurt us a little during those first three months.”
Overall, Judy has had a strong business.
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