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Cherry Washington Lost $30,000 To Contractor Who Didn't Complete Job, But She Still Succeeded In Opening A Nail Salon

April 7, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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This is the amazing story of an entrepreneur overcoming the obstacles.

Oh, and of course, we’re in the middle of a pandemic. READ MORE: Steve Waithe Of Chicago Arrested, Accused Of Tricking Northeastern University Female Athletes To Send Nude PhotosBut CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas was happy to take us inside a dream come true – in the form of a nail salon at 54th Street and Harlem Avenue.

“I’m trying to stay on cloud 10, because I’m on 100,” Washington said.

A contractor convinced her to pay him more than $30,000 over several months – but still hadn’t come close to finishing the job after a year.

It’s this.

It’s COVID,’” Washington said back in the fall.

“Just working here there, doing this, doing that; friends, family donating everything; supporting – I had a huge family support,” Washington said.

That support helped her pay for new contractors to finish the job.

So now, Washington can focus on the job she was meant to do.

“That’s what I tell anybody – don’t ever give up on your dreams,” Washington said. MORE NEWS: 21-Month-Old Boy Remains In Critical Condition, But Has Not Worsened, After Shooting On Lake Shore DriveWashington said the contractor actually still hasn’t paid back the $30,000.

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