Restaurant Owner: PPP ‘Gave Me Hope that We Can Survive Through Anything at This Point’

‘Kind of felt like a death sentence’

EXCERPT:

EMERY: "It kind of felt like a death sentence. I was on a cusp of closing a restaurant that I just started."
REPORTER (voice-over): "Then two forgivable loans from the Pennsylvania 30-day fund and the U.S. paycheck protection program kept the doors open so far."
EMERY: "It gave me, you know, hope that we can survive through anything at this point."

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