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Fort Worth Massage Therapist Reinvents Small Business To Survive COVID-19 Pandemic Shutdowns




Fort Worth (CBSDFW.COM) – were forced by the developer pandemic hit last spring, Danette wicker, of Fort Worth massage therapist small business, they found themselves out of work.

“I literally lost all income, income throughout the day,” he said.

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After nearly one year of Fort Worth, massage and a small supply shop, is Danette urban oasis, is open, he said Wicker far from business as usual.

“This is not a year. Pandemic in will have an impact, and the other two are wise to ten years from ordinary life” wicker said.

Last March, filed in Wick applied for unemployment benefits, and a small business loan disaster, when it was forced to close.

It is supposed to “safety nets” for the many promises of an economic downturn. Wicker said no.

“It saved me from the water, but it was sunk before it had to be dropped at chasing and chasing and chasing,” he said.

Danette Wicker (CBS 11)

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He told himself that the risk of pandemic does not want to apply for additional persons are found to be, to take on the stronger claim to that which he believes to be paid, he shall not be forgiven to him.

As many out-of-Raven work, leisure Wicker found it frustrating to navigate the state system. She went on with the online to apply for the unemployment benefits, Wicker, however, was prompted to make the call.

And these things are said, but the former got a busy signal. This happened for weeks. Wicker said he saw the first five months of unemployment.

Texas Workforce Commission, that the states are in good time for the year are broken, and despite the efforts of the cost of the process and the spirit of the rights issue sooner.

The only reason she is still in a wicker said that she is reinvented its business.

Before the pandemic, 70% of them had been massages. Now 70% is near the shopping – customers do not want to use FaceTime coming into the shopping experience personalized.

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“It’s totally flipped it,” Wicker said. “That’s just too easy to be and life is to figure out each day grow to be able to achieve the same thing to me, and I made it. It’m not where I I will not be an easy one, but I am growing daily. “