Loss of sales blamed on COVID-19 leads to closure of several Country Cookin locations
ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - Several locations of Country Cookin restaurants have closed for good.
District Manager Mike Preston and Marketing Director Angie Covington told WDBJ7 sales were too low because of COVID-19 restrictions to keep the businesses open.
In southwest Virginia, only the locations in Christiansburg and Troutville remain open.
Preston and Covington said the company was debt-free before the pandemic began.
County Cookin is a local comfort food chain founded in 1981 with more than a dozen locations across Virginia.
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