Like many people in March 2020, owners of downtown Kansas City printing company MPress believed the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic would be over in a matter of weeks or months. Myers, who founded MPress with his wife and son 20 years ago. “We didn’t know how long this was going to last.” When the housekeeping orders began, the business completed a few projects and closed its doors. “We basically shut down the business and sent people home,” Myers said. remained closed for about a month and reopened in May 2020, like many businesses in Kansas City, but the excitement over the reopening was short lived. “That’s when it was horrible,” Myers said. “None of our clients were working. No one knew what to do, they were …
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