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DCEDC surveys to gauge COVID19 economic impact

Door County businesses will have the chance to help plot recovery efforts from the COVID19 pandemic.  Surveys of local business owners are being conducted over the next three months to determine the economic impact from the outbreak.  They're part of a combined effort operated by the Door County Economic Development Corporation, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and UW-Oshkosh.  DCEDC Executive Director Steve Jenkins says the more that businesses take part in the surveys the better the ability to develop a recovery game plan.

 

 

 

The surveys are currently underway with other opportunities to take part in May and June. The surveys are currently underway with other opportunities to take part in May and June.  You can log onto the surveys here.

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