NJ Latina small business owner talks about dealing with the coronavirus

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NEW YORK — According to the National Women’s Business Council, Latinas are the fastest growing segment of the small business industry. Now many of them find themselves trying to survive the coronavirus crisis.
PIX11’s Marysol Castro spoke with one of those small business owners, Monica Martinez Milan.

Milan is the co-owner of Stumpy’s Hatchet House Green Brook in New Jersey, an entertainment facility in that features axe throwing and other games. She talked to Marysol about how her business has been affected by the coronavirus crisis and her experience searching for help from state and local channels.

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