She said the face of the business has also changed. The company has grown a lot as a uniform company, she said.
“The summer clinics, they are so educational and they’ve been a big, big part of our lives, but we just had to make a decision at one point what we were going to do due to the pandemic,” Dorow said.
She said over the last 10 years, there has been a move for many colleges and universities to bring in private clinic or personal instruction, where a person teaches at the school instead of the kids going away to a camp. That also factored into the decision, she said.
“But we still do educational programs via Zoom for colleges and universities and such,” she added.
The summer is a busy time for the uniform business as well, Dorow said, and the uniform side of the business is growing.
“The face of the summer clinic program has been changing over the last 10 years, and this just kind of gave us, with COVID, we had to really reevaluate everything,” she said.