Massive downturn in business for Rutherford County and the United States

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From Peter Demos, President of Demos' Restaurants based in Murfreesboro, TN

While most businesses are not hiring due to the downturn of sales caused by the coronavirus, one is. That one happens to be in Murfreesboro where they operate a large distribution center directly off of I-24. CBS News reports...



Tennessee Governor Bill Lee noted...



The changes brought on by COVID-19 are having a huge negative impact on local businesses all around the state and country. One local business owner is asking for citizens to contact their congressman.

Peter Demos, President of Demos' Restaurant based in Murfreesboro, TN said, "Many restaurants are at risk of shutting their doors forever and currently, thousands of hospitality employees across the nation are losing their jobs daily because of loss of sales" Demos said to text "RECOVERY to the number 52886 to let Congress know you are in support of recovery and relief for the hospitality industry.

If a mandate is proclaimed to keep everyone in the Volunteer state home, it could mean stricter enforcement of new rules or regulations.

The Mayor of Nashville already asked that bars shut down, but many have remained open. The Governor stated...



Meanwhile, now is not the time for travel as other states continue to ask their residents stay home which means closed businesses. CBS NEWS has more...



New York state is also issuing an order for all residents to remain at home as the governor there told businesses to keep their employees at home and not to let them come to work.

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