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Trying To Keep A Restaurant Afloat In Cincinnati

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Trying To Keep A Restaurant Afloat In Cincinnati

Trying To Keep A Restaurant Afloat In Cincinnati

Trying To Keep A Restaurant Afloat In Cincinnati

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As part of our ongoing series of conversations with listeners about how the economic downturn, we hear from Jon Diebold. With a small restaurant business and five kids at home, Diebold tells Alex Chadwick that he and his wife are struggling to keep their bills paid and their business running. People just aren't spending the kind of money at his family eatery, the Washington Platform, like they used to. He's getting worried about how he and his wife will cover expenses for their five kids.

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