In the Sunday morning interview, Staff Sergeant Travis Mills spoke with Fox News  about the coronavirus lockdown and how it will affect his business, Lakeside Motel and Cabins.

In the interview, he told the hosts that his lodging business will not be able to have in-state guests until June and will not be able to have out-of-state guests until July.  Unless the restrictions are loosened, he expects to lose approximately $100,000 in revenue in June and $200,000 in July.

He said that he does not want to go bankrupt and, unless things change in a positive manner in the near future, does intend to open and deal with the consequences..

Additionally, he says his Travis Mills Foundation charity, which welcomes veterans (and their families) from around the country, cannot operate under current restrictions.

Watch the interview HERE

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