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SMALL BUSINESS

All small businesses across the nation are tirelessly working to recover post-pandemic, unfortunately, many are not out of the woods just yet. The pandemic brought many more trials and tribulations in its wake that may not be evident in plain sight.
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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
“Is it essential? No, but is it highly in demand and something that people will continue to spend money on regardless of whatever else is going on," Living Art owner Chris Owen said.
The SkyPak could be used for many applications, from search and rescue to flying a worker up to change light bulbs or perform other maintenance on tall structures.

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The U.S. Small Business Administration has named the Northwest Regional Small Business Development Center as the Minnesota 2022 SBDC Center of Excellence.
Polly Merhar, owner of Trail Ready Massage, has set out on a new path as a certified massage therapist.
Rabecca and Mark Wilkowski purchased the building from an investment group in August 2021 and immediately began extensive cleanup and restoration work in preparation for their thrift store.
Dave Smith has been with Third Street Optical since 1983 and Dr. James Hess since 1985. In 1987 they became owners by purchasing a franchise as it became Duling Optical. Since 1997, Smith and Hess have operated the shop as an independent business.
Muriel Kingery works full-time at Bemidji State University but has created a side business called Sundog Handmade which features her baked and decorated items.
Researchers say too many business owners didn't receive federal funds designed to help them weather the pandemic

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Ridge Top Outdoors owners Justin and Brittany Schuver's love for the outdoors sparked the couple’s decision to open the Bemidji storefront just under a year ago. 
Greater Bemidji’s LaunchPad and the Northwest Small Business Development Center will host quarterly workshops for entrepreneurs interested in learning the basics of how to start a business.
“It’s great we have this opportunity to buy a protein source from somebody down the road.”

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