By Jonathan Phelps, New Hampshire Union Leader
Adam Hammill, who opened Exile Burrito in Berlin in May, says he has to juggle many responsibilities as a new business owner.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it even more difficult to keep the operations going with a limited staff. He’s now looking forward to upcoming federal relief aimed to support entrepreneurs and help businesses that have opened during the COVID-19 pandemic hire workers.
During a virtual roundtable discussion hosted by U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan on Monday afternoon, Hammill said that he had to lay off “a couple people” since opening. He spends time cooking and filling shifts as needed.
“The relief that we hope to receive will allow me to hire, which will allow me to focus on all the other needs,” he said.
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