The Star Tribune reported that the company that suffered from a mass shooting last month, Accent Signage, will continue its operations, according to family members.
The Pioneer Press reported that the widow of the founder of the company, Shereen Rahamim, spoke Monday about the strength at tenacity of the employees and stressed that the company intends to rebuild. "Together we will get through it," said Rahamim.
A disgruntled former employee of Accent Sinage shot six employees before shooting and killing himself on Sept. 27.
According to the Star Tribune, the company reopened two weeks ago after being closed due to the shootings. Almost all of the employees have returned to work.