Local dance studio struggles to stay alive 4 months into pandemic

Local dance studio struggles to stay alive 4 months into pandemic

CORNELIUS, N.C. — North Carolina’s stay-at-home order has been in effect since March 30.

The governor shut down all nonessential businesses that day and it is well-known that many of them would continue to struggle if they had not closed entirely.

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Restrictions were lifted on May 8 when phase one began.

Phase two started Memorial Day weekend and the state has been in that stage since then.

In the video at the top of this webpage, reporter DaShawn Brown spoke with employees at Precision Dance Center in Cornelius to talk about the challenges the studio faced in the past several months.

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