Dobbs Ferry businesses fight to stay afloat

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer

Small business owners in Dobbs Ferry, NY are working harder than ever before to keep their establishments afloat during the pandemic. TBN Producer Logan Schiciano sat down with owners of Salon Topaz, The Parlor and Barre3 Rivertowns to get a sense of how they’ve been affected and what they still need as the virus rages on.

This package originally aired in Tower Broadcast News #2 on October 28, 2020.


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