|Small town economies look strong
The trends for small town and rural businesses are always different from the general small business trends, and for once this is good news. The national economy is not looking all that good, but the rural economy looks strong.
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Deb Brown says
You are right – it is important to know our own numbers! We just got the Iowa numbers yesterday, I posted them in my blog at http://www.needalitleadvice.com Happy news indeed!
Becky McCray says
Deb, those are excellent travel numbers for Iowa tourism businesses to look over. Most states have their own version, so everyone should check with their state tourism group.