NewsArts & Culture / June 7, 2020

Business Owners Innovate To Stay Open During Pandemic

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Business Owners Innovate To Stay Open During Pandemic

Marion County restaurants are now able to offer more services – including outdoor and, limited indoor dining. Many business owners innovated during stay-at-home, to stay open, including Jeanette Footman. 

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with the co-owner of the Perk Up Café and Brotgarten German Artisan Bakery in Broad Ripple about serving customers while social distancing -- and why she won’t need to offer outdoor or indoor dining any time soon.

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