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As you know, our Lido Beach office has been closed since the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. We all have faced challenges and want you to know we feel for all of our clients, their families and neighbors.
Shortly after the hurricane, we began the process of rebuilding. Extensive work was needed in order to reopen our office.
As many of you are aware, the Theresa Building, located at 250 Lido Boulevard, also houses our Theresa Academy of Performing Arts (TAPA) for children with special needs. We were heartbroken to have to close our doors to these children over the past few months.
Prior to Hurricane Sandy, we were in the process of re-designing the signage on the West Wall of our building. As a result, some of our clients were under the impression that we had permanently closed our doors.
Like many of you, we have taken steps to recover and rebuild. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE OFFICIALLY REOPENED OUR DOORS AS OF MONDAY, JANUARY 21st. We are also on course to reopen the Theresa Academy this month as well.
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving the Long Beach community and the surrounding area for many years to come.
On behalf of my partners and our associate, Kim Christian, we thank you all for your patience and support.