LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — For greater than a yr, native companies have struggled to maintain their doorways open because of the immense hardships of the pandemic. Many companies like ‘Sister’s Oriental Market and Video’ on Fremont and Bruce are nonetheless feeling the consequences at the moment.
For 31 years, the market’s cabinets have remained stocked with conventional meals and substances, however the house owners at the moment are combating to remain open after a troublesome yr.
Not often ever taking a break, Daovanh Luangrath, the proprietor of Sister’s Oriental Market and Video, is the regular drive behind one in every of solely a handful of Laotian eating places in las vegas.
“I’m so pleased; that’s why I’m developing on that 31 years; a protracted, lengthy, very long time,” Luangrath mentioned.
After being denied pandemic monetary help thrice, Luangrath should shut her family-run store.
8 Information Now Re4porter Kate Houston has the story of Luangrath’s last-ditch effort to maintain the enterprise open.