Donuts Galore and More serves fresh treats to the community
For months, coronavirus has caused a big shift in everyone’s life. It has changed the way people shop, travel and for many it has changed the way people work. Millions of people have lost their jobs, some work remotely, while others continue to go to work.
But through the pandemic, new business owner Marie Rudd was able to find a way to open her donut company, Donuts Galore and More. In an exclusive interview with theGrio, Rudd talks about the process of opening her business during pandemic.
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