Ashleigh Fortenberry is from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Ashleigh graduated from Mississippi State University in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in communications and double concentration in broadcasting and journalism.
Ashleigh decided at a very young age she wanted to pursue a career in news. She has spent the last two years working as a bureau reporter in Meridian, Mississippi.
Although Ashleigh has lived less than an hour from the Coast for most of her life, she is thrilled to be an official resident of the area! Source www.wxxv25.com
Applications are officially open. For more information, including qualifications, visit sba.gov. Gulfport Public Information Officer LaShaundra Smith is encouraging all food and beverage business that qualify to apply. “The SBA has launched the Restaurant Revitalization Fund which is phenomenal because that is an industry that has been hit so hard during this pandemic. Between having to shut down their dining rooms or not having events where they can gain business, the fact that they are launching something like this is going to give people in food service a boost hopefully.”
Previous articleTwo camper-trailer fires Sunday night in Harrison CountyNext article‘Now Hiring’ signs taking over the Gulf Coast As these businesses begin rebuilding, help could come in the form of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. The fund was started by the Small News Administration to offer assistance to food and beverage businesses that have been impacted by the pandemic.
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