On Sunday, May 17 we set out from Corralitos, California to hear the story of American small business in the age of unprecedented state shutdowns. Two months in, who was surviving and how?
Starting life before there was a town as four walls and some dry goods for fur trappers, it served its first beer just 19 years after the town was founded and near-half a century before it was incorporated.
‘The weight to having a family business,’ Raymond says while guiding me through massive walk-in freezers holding a fraction of their capacity, ‘is you don’t want to be the one who fails.’
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