The Greensboro occasion planner says extending the Part 2 restrictions seems like a “curler coaster.”

The Greensboro event planner says extending the Phase 2 restrictions feels like a “roller coaster.”

Updated: 8:34 PM EDT July 21, 2020

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, AND WASH HANDS FREQUENTLY. AN EVENT PLANNER IN GREENSBORO SAYS THE EXTENSION OF PHASE TWO FEELS YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES ON A COASTER. LASHONDA STONE OWNS MANSION HOUSE OF DESIGNS. SHE SAYS THAT SHE DOES TYPICAL 10 TO 12 EVENTS PER YEAR. BUT DUE TO THE Pandemic, SHE HAS ONLY DONE TWO So far. THE CORONAVIRUS SHUTTERS HAVE BREAKED YOUR PRODUCTIVITY, BUT STONE SAYS IT IS TRYING TO USE THIS TIME TO INCREASE YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE AND EXPERIENCE YOUR BUSINESS. AND AS SOON AS THE GOVERNOR ALLOWS BIG EVENTS AGAIN, STONE SAYS THAT SHE WILL BE READY. >> I’M VERY EXCITED TO SWINGING BACK THINGS AND WHAT I USUALLY DO BECAUSE IT’S MY PASSION. IT IS A GOD GIVEN GIFT. I AM EARLY TO GET INTO THE WAY OF THINGS BECAUSE I HAVE MANY PLANS FOR WHAT I WANT TO DO WITH MY BUSINESS. BRIANA: STONE IS CURRENTLY SAYING THAT YOUR TEAM IS FINISHING A CORONAVIRUS PLAN THAT EMPHASIZES SAFETY WHEN SHE CAN

The Greensboro event planner says extending the Phase 2 restrictions feels like a “roller coaster.”

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Updated: 8:34 PM EDT July 21, 2020

An event planner based in Greensboro said Governor Roy Cooper’s decision to extend phase 2 coronavirus restrictions through August 7 made her and her staff feel like they were on a roller coaster. LaShonda Stone owns Mansion House of Designs, LLC. She said at the moment she was working on renaming her business until they were allowed to host events again. She is also currently working on a coronavirus safety plan for her employees and customers.

An event planner based in Greensboro said Governor Roy Cooper’s decision to extend phase 2 coronavirus restrictions through August 7 made her and her staff feel like they were on a roller coaster.

LaShonda Stone owns Mansion House of Designs, LLC. She said at the moment she was working on renaming her business until they were allowed to host events again. She is also currently working on a coronavirus safety plan for her employees and customers.

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