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Thursday, February 25, 2021
Theodore Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, is a wordsmith with a sharp wit and a knack for good zingers and catchy rhymes. He’s one of the greatest children book authors of all time! See what I did there? Dr. Seuss also wrote words to make you think, feel inspired, and make your crazy dreams seem like they’re possible. There’s a reason Oh, the Places You’ll Go is such a popular gift for graduations. If more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Economic, Weekly Business Article
Monday, February 22, 2021
3 Marketing Mistakes to Avoid as We Move Toward Recovery   News stations are finally embracing the word that COVID numbers are going down and vaccine administrations are going up. That’s allowing people to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. If you have weathered the storm so far, you know your business is not completely in the clear. There are always unexpected challenges like more
Categories: Economic, Chamber, Weekly Business Article
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Governor Cuomo Announces Indoor Family Entertainment Centers Can Open March 26, Outdoor Amusement Parks Can Open April 9 & Camps Can Begin to Plan for Summer Opening 25 Percent Capacity Limit in Indoor Family Entertainment Centers and Places of Amusement; 33 Percent Capacity Limit in Outdoor Amusement Parks  All Facilities Must Submit Reopening Plans with Health Protocols to Local Health more
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Thursday, February 04, 2021
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES ArtsThrough the Rural Arts Initiative, the LAURA JANE MUSSER FUND hopes to assist nonprofit arts organizations to develop, implement or sustain exceptional artistic opportunities for adults and children in the areas of literary, visual, music and performing arts. In recognition of Laura Jane Musser's life-long commitment to excellence in the arts, and with awareness that more
Categories: Community, Chamber, Economic
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Thanks to generous funding from Lowe's, small business owners in rural communities are invited to apply to the next round of the Rural Relief Small Business Grants program.Before you apply, please note:·         Only businesses located in rural communities are eligible to receive a Rural Relief Small Business Grant. Review eligibility information here. ·         This program is separate from more
Categories: Community, Chamber, Economic
Monday, July 20, 2020
4 Marketing Tips for Businesses with No Marketing Budget   You likely have heard the phrase, “you need to spend money to make money.” I'm not here to argue that from either side but digital marketing has allowed businesses with very small budgets to make a big impression. While it hasn't exactly leveled the playing field, it certainly has helped businesses gain a larger audience with very little more
Categories: Chamber, Economic, Community, Weekly Business Article
Monday, July 13, 2020
Change These 3 Things in Your Business Now for a Stronger Recovery  With numbers of COVID infections increasing daily in many states, people are wondering when it will end and when we can begin to start feeling confident in an economic recovery.  No one knows for sure when recovery will begin.  In the meantime, there are a few things we know about how business and customers have changed. You more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Economic, Weekly Business Article
Monday, June 29, 2020
5 Ways to Communicate Difficult Business Messages    If there's one thing 2020 has shown us, it's how to bolster our communication skills. We've had cause for a lot of really difficult conversations with our customers. Nobody ever wants to give bad news but 2020 seems like the year we have to keep reiterating and sharpening our communication skills with difficult messages.  But if you feel like more
Categories: Chamber, Community, Economic, Weekly Business Article
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Childcare for Essential Workers in Sullivan County   Liberty:  By Executive Order, the public school districts of Sullivan County, New York have developed emergency child care plans for essential workers. Essential workers include first responders, healthcare workers, food manufacturers, supermarket workers, food preparation workers, commercial truck drivers, transit workers, carriers of critical more
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