Hype House business co-owner Bridgette Parsons discusses the challenges of operating a local studio cycling center in downtown Missoula during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 pandemic; Global pandemic; Public history; Western Montana; Coronavirus pandemic; Public health and safety; Missoula County; Montana public health; Social distancing; Masks; Small businesses, Missoula; Health; Physical fitness; Studio fitness; Cycling
University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project, OH 475, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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Parsons, Bridgette, "Bridgette Parsons Interview, June 24, 2020" (2020). University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project. 10.