Spitzig said she is exploring loan options to sustain the bourbon bar through the dark days and weeks some health and governmental officials say are to come.
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Getting loans would likely be easier if they had not just relocated into a larger space they overhauled with hopes to expand the business, Spitzig said.
“At this point, God, how do you go asking anybody for money again?” she said.
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Despite the stress, Spitzig said she is trying to be positive.
“We will get through this,” she said. “I’ve been doing this 24 years. I can think my way out of it.”
Spitzig said she is also trying to keep things in perspective.
“As a country, they say there could be 2 million people dying,” she said. “I guess we can give up bourbon for a little while.”
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