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Local bank sees signs of economic strength

Door and Kewaunee County businesses are showing surprising resilience as they reopen post-pandemic. Nicolet Bank Senior Vice President Jamie Alberts says that area retailers they work with are happy about the amount of foot traffic and support they’ve received from the community in the early stages of reopening. Alberts thinks many people have been itching for the real Door County to return.

 


The robust sales numbers come at a crucial time for the area. The county’s unemployment rate jumped to 20 percent in April, and a revitalized service sector during the summer tourism season is needed for jobless numbers to return towards normal levels.

 

Photo courtesy of Nicolet Bank website.

 

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