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From Fly to Elephant Ears

The Cyrulniks change focus

From the February, 2009 issue

If you're a disc golf fan and you've dreamed of opening your own disc golf store, Matt Cyrulnik can get you off to a good start. He figures that when he closes Fly-his combination disc golf and urban clothing store on State Street-at the end of January, he'll have close to $50,000 worth of leftover inventory to unload.

Cyrulnik says he and his wife, Jenna, are not closing because business is down. In fact, he says, "I was ready to take it to the next level of really putting in some money and redoing the whole space."

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