GBC President and CEO Donald C. Fry appeared on WBAL NewsRadio with Robert Lang on March 24 to discuss the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the region.
Fry discussed Governor Hogan’s decision to shut down non-essential businesses. “These are extraordinary circumstances and they call for extraordinary measures,” he said.
When Lang asked if this hits Baltimore harder, Fry said, “Obviously Baltimore has a number of challenges that it’s been dealing with over the last couple years. But Baltimore has been a very resilient city.”
Fry added, “If we all band together and support one another as a business community … we’ll come out of this sooner … and will be back to moving toward an economic recovery.”
Listen to the interview here:
Source: WBAL NewsRadio