The studio is facing a 330% rent increase on its 12,000-sf spacein the city's Mission district, for which is currently pays $8,000a month. The dot-commers are drafting business plans and marketingstrategies to attract philanthropists and allow the dance center tokeep its space.

The center has a deadline of December 2001, by which point itmust vacate. Both cash and stock are being accepted to help thestudio meet its new rental obligations.

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