On opening day, a driver crashed into her open sign. “It was a dream. Here we are doing this. We are good to go,” Palecki said. “We were like, ‘Oh man. One more thing to deal with,’ Palecki said.
She said her focus has been trying to keep staff, keep the lights on and pay the rent. She said she was holding on until she was able to have a grand opening on Aug. 15 of last year. “It just hit up out of the blue. I am one of those people you gotta keep going. Life happens. Life is not easy,” Palecki said.
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READ: More business coverage Copyright 2021 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit – All rights reserved. The website, Track the Recovery said that Michigan lost the highest number of small businesses in the pandemic so far.
“When we look at the numbers it does get devastating. We do have hard conversations and we push those conversations we’ll figure it out. We’ll figure it out,” Palecki said. “Really you put so much into it. This is not something I am willing to give up.” Palecki teamed up with other small businesses to host a pure barre studio for workouts and then blowouts.
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