For most of us, driving through a construction zone can be a bit of a pain. But imagine having your business seemingly closed off by the roadwork.
Leah Wyro rents a stylist chair at Sera's Barber shop in Schofield. She says since the road construction outside is a headache for clients, they put an ad in the paper to remind customers they're still here.
Besides the ad, Leah says they mostly rely on their regulars coming in for hair cuts.
"We're very lucky," Leah explains, "we have a very loyal clientele so they're still calling and coming in, we try to communicate with them when they do call to let them know the construction is going on."
While business is good for Sera and her hair cutting team, other local business owners of places like Tupperware say they've seen major reductions in business.
The construction on the bridge and the closure of the turn-off to Grand Avenue is expected to be finished by October.
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