LEHI, Utah — More than five weeks after shutting down its operations and laying off nearly all employees, Legends Boxing in Lehi is making a comeback, thanks to loyal members and the Paycheck Protection Program.
“I mean, we lost a substantial mount of revenue in April,” said Rob Scott, owner of Legends Boxing. “It was significant from what we’re used to bringing in.”
Like so many other businesses across the state, the coronavirus — and its accompanying restrictions — hit the boxing gym hard and unexpectedly.
The business was finally able to reopen over the weekend.
The class size lost some of its swing compared to earlier in the year, but Scott said he remains committed to make an even stronger rebound.
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