Eliot Rabin has had enough of Andrew Cuomo’s shutdown order.
Rabin is the owner of a men’s clothing store New York City’s Upper East Side, who is standing up to Cuomo’s lockdown measure by reopening his business.
The New York state government recently shutdown all non-essential businesses in the state.
Rabin is the owner of “Peter Elliot” and told the New York Post that “I’m opening my doors come hell or high water.”
He asked, “Why is a liquor store essential and I’m not?”
Rabin re-opened the store on April 22, 2020 declaring that it was the only way he could keep the business afloat and keep his staff of 21 people gainfully employed.
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