WARREN, Ohio – On the eve of the pandemic shutdowns in March 2020, Do-Cut Sales and Service President Lisa Miller sat in her home, her gaze flitting between the news on the television and the online orders for her business.
Both screens gave her reason to be anxious. The bigger shock, however, came from the one showing Do-Cut’s sales.
“I looked at my husband and I said, ‘You’ve got to come to work on Monday,’ “ she says.
It didn’t matter that her husband wasn’t employe