We will then have a lot of tuning to do, and Paul will be regulating the new acoustics. Then we have a lot of cardboard to schlep out of the building. It will all be recycled, but some of it will be re-purposed by Esther in doing her art. And some of it will go into storage for future moves. All of the wrapping will suffer the same fate.
The wrapping is all either made from recycled material, or is easily recyclable. It is encouraging to both Paul and I, that Yamaha is so committed to a 'green' product and business. None of the pianos made today use formaldehyde in their production. That is only true of Yamaha.
Enough shameless self-promotion. Back to the store....We will also be entertaining customers, so we will want to be on our best behavior! I still have a little work to do in the yellow studio, but it is really starting to look inviting.
We have a commitment from one piano teacher to inhabit that space in January! Angela is a member of the Duluth Music Teachers Association (DMTA). Check them out at dmta.org. We want to see a constant stream of students coming and going, and are making our space look very attractive for anyone who is interested. Give me a call!