Small Businesses Have It Harder Than Ever: Steve Buchanan of Omaha Gives Advice For Coming Back Strong

OMAHA, NE / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2020 / Currently, small business owners have it difficult, no matter what their industry. While restaurants and other in-person service industry businesses are getting attention across the board, other small businesses are struggling also. With potential customers out of a job, it can be hard to drum up new business. Steve Buchanan of Omaha provides his top tips for keeping small businesses open as the world attempts to manage the COVID-19 crisis.

Placing yourself first can seem like the last thing to do right now, but it’s important, according to Steve Buchanan of Omaha. During a time when your employees and customers (no matter how few) are depending on you more than ever, it’s key that you keep your body and mind in the best shape

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Small Businesses Have It Harder Than Ever: Steve Buchanan of Omaha Gives Advice For Coming Back Strong

OMAHA, NE / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2020 / Currently, small business owners have it difficult, no matter what their industry. While restaurants and other in-person service industry businesses are getting attention across the board, other small businesses are struggling also. With potential customers out of a job, it can be hard to drum up new business. Steve Buchanan of Omaha provides his top tips for keeping small businesses open as the world attempts to manage the COVID-19 crisis.

Placing yourself first can seem like the last thing to do right now, but it’s important, according to Steve Buchanan of Omaha. During a time when your employees and customers (no matter how few) are depending on you more than ever, it’s key that you keep your body and mind in the best shape

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Buchanan donor misfires salvo at Good

It must be election season! Partisan disciples of Congressman Vern Buchanan are firing on all cylinders, manufacturing another political hit job – this time around state Rep. Margaret Good’s mis-vote on state legislation to ban child sex dolls.

In fact, Buchanan’s top-drawer surrogates have been speedily dispatched to lambaste Good across various media outlets. Buchanan must be in trouble if his followers are attacking so early and so ferociously, albeit ineptly.

Buchanan’s latest salvo has been led by a local GOP megadonor who, since 2007, has contributed over $34,000 to Buchanan’s political operation.

Given Good’s one mis-vote, the letter writer wonders how the state lawmaker could keep track of the higher volume of bills on which she would vote in Washington, should Buchanan be forced into retirement this November (“Voting ‘mistake’ looks bad for Good,” Sept. 1).

I regret to inform the

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