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Dance Academy Moving To Downtown Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md.- The streets are quiet in downtown Salisbury, with only a little bit of foot traffic Friday afternoon.

"I think it would be better if there were a few more businesses down here," said Colleen Hazel, the owner of Patsy's Annex.

Hazel's wish is coming true. The Salisbury Dance Academy its studio to the historic All First bank building on Main Street.

"Hopefully it will make more people aware of the businesses that we do have downtown," she said.

And that's good news for everyone. "This might have a big impact, I think a lot of the businesses that come down here might have a big impact of the whole community getting together and being busier," said Hannah Billiter, she works at MayaBella's Pizzeria.

The pizzeria is quiet Friday afternoon but Billiter says the dance academy will hopefully help business pick up.

"It's gonna pick up very well at nighttime," she said. They're gonna have a lot of dancers come down here, eating or maybe eat before they dance."

Salisbury Dance Academy owner Elena Amy is out of the country working on her doctorate in dance but in a release she said she's excited to join the downtown and make her home in the All First building.

The academy's neighbors can't wait for the studio and the students to come downtown.

"There's a lot things going on down here, more than just offices so hopefully more people will become aware of it," Hazel said.

The Salisbury Dance Academy will move into their new home in the summer of 2014.

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