Reopening Orange County: A Tough Balancing Act
CEO and President William T. Dymond, Jr., who currently serves as chair of the Orlando Economic Partnership, was quoted in an Orlando Sentinel article describing efforts to reopen Orange County amid the coronavirus pandemic. Dymond, who advises clients in the hotel, resort and leisure industry, commented that reopening the economy while protecting a growing and diverse community against a deadly virus will be a difficult balancing act.
“This thing’s going to be around for a long time so we’re going to have to learn how to deal with it,” Dymond said.
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