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Yesterday we met (virtually) with Lisa Heisner Heine, owner of L3 Boutique in Pinckneyville. We wanted to see how her small business was doing in light of the quarantine and shut down. Before the government made the decision to shut down non essential businesses, Lisa contemplates what the right decision was. Now that her storefront is shut down, her website and Facebook page are experiencing some traffic. Her sales are about 1/4 of what they usually are, but she is very grateful!! Many of the vendors she purchases from are doing business out of their home, so she can still order clothing. She is taking this time to play catch up 😉.
Thank you, Lisa, for spending some time with us yesterday.


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