In early September, owners Nicole and Scott Endersby wrote in a Facebook post that they would close the studio for good on Oct. 31. They originally decided not to renew their lease because it became “a money pit," according to the post. The studio owners had planned to stay in business without a set studio location.
However, Nicole Endersby told Community Impact Newspaper that the couple has decided to keep their studio and renew their lease for another year after working with their landlord. One of the main reasons is because their goal is to employ adults with disabilities in the future, and they want to have a place for them to work.
“We realize with this pandemic, many small businesses like ourselves have seen an impact with the economy,” Nicole Endersby said. “We are looking at expanding our services and continue to try and help other small businesses continue to grow their small businesses as well. It’s all about building community—we have to all be in this together.”