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This morning we "met" with Sarah Sronce-Garcia, owner of Shear Attitude Salon in Pinckneyville. Virtual meetings have their share of technical issues like freezing up and losing audio 😉. We miss meeting in person!Because salons are non essential businesses and were shut down by the state government, Sarah's salon is closed right now. She is making the best of it by applying for grants and making color instruction videos for her stylists. March is usually one of her highest months of service and sales, as people have received tax returns and are willing to spend a little more on themselves. This year; however, that is not the case. Thankfully, she has invested much time in educating her stylists in making wise financial decisions and investments.
We also discussed how our lives have changed and how long this will all last. When we are finally able to move about again, check out Shear Attitude Salon for a fresh cut and color😉.
Thanks again, Sarah, for sharing your morning with us!


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