Last October, Hurricane Michael created more than the usual hurricane aftermath and food instability issues in Florida. At this year's AFDO annual conference, panelists looked at the human side of the devastation that resulted in a long-term recovery that continues today.
We sat down with Tracy Johnstone, a Mcdonald's owner/operator who herself is on the road to recovery. She shares the human-side of this disaster in this podcast
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