From Fly to Elephant Ears
But then, he says, a group of New York venture capitalists bought the building. Offered only a month-to-month lease for six months, he says, "I had no choice but to move."
There's a possibility the Cyrulniks might reopen Fly at Kerrytown at some point-they also own the Elephant Ears children's clothing store there. But if that happens, Cyrulnik says, it'll be down the line, and he'll probably ditch the disc-golf angle and just keep the clothes. "Right now I think our focus is going to be on Elephant Ears, and expanding that," he says.
That will leave Ann Arbor without a dedicated disc golf store-and all of the Cyrulniks' unsold inventory just waiting for a motivated buyer.
[Originally published in February, 2009.]