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Lake Effect Powersports

ContactTyler O'Connor
EmailBCcosich@hotmail.com
Address67990 West M-152
Benton Harbor , MI 49022
(directions)
Telephone269-944-5577
Fax269-944-1847

Conveniently located in the heart of Sister Lakes, Lake Effect Powersports sells new and pre-owned watercraft, provides daily and weekly rental of ski boats and pontoons, provides off-season storage and has a full-service parts department and a pro shop.
Lake Effect is a growing family-owned and operated business that is open year-round. The present-day company was established in 1999, when Lake Effect Marine and Sister Lakes Kawasaki Recreation/Rent-All merged into one operation.
Vacationers can rent a ski boat or pontoon for the day or week. Rental fees inlcude delivery and pick-up of the boat to and from any public access within Sister Lakes, plus your first tank of gas, oil and all safety equipment. Rentals are also available for use outside of the Sister Lakes area with a delivery charge.

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Lake Michigan College

ContactCandice Elders
EmailCVilla@LakeMichiganCollege.edu
Address2755 E. Napier Ave.
Benton Harbor , MI 49022
(directions)
Telephone269-927-1000

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Laylin, Leon & Shirley

ContactLeon & Shirley Laylin
Address619 Helena St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-7761

Leader Publications

ContactAmbrosia Neldon
Email Ambrosia.Neldon@Leaderpub.com
Address217 N. Fourth St.
Niles, MI 49120
(directions)
Telephone269-683-2100

Leader Publications, headquartered in Niles, publishes four community newspapers and a shopper guide, including Dowagiac Daily News, Niles Daily Star, Edwardsburg Argus, Cassopolis Vigilant and The Leader shopper guide.

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Lifestyle Nutrition

ContactAngela Johnson
EmailLifestyleNutrition2018@yahoo.com
AddressM-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-0414

Lifestyle Nutrition provides healthy meal options.


Little Caesar's Pizza

ContactKelly Hogarth
Email KHogarth@LCPizzas.com
Address817 Spruce St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2802
Fax269-349-7181

Little Caesar's has been providing pizza at a value to hard-working families since 1959.  Its Hot-N-Ready products are ready when you walk in the door, without the need for ordering. 

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Living Alternatives for the Developmentally Disabled (LADD)

ContactMichelle Charles
EmailMCharles@LADDInc.net
Address300 Whitney St., Ste. A
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-0654

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Lyons Industries Inc.

ContactLance Lyons
EmailLLyons@LyonsIndustries.com
Address30000 M-62, PO Box 88
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3404
Fax269-782-5159

A manufacturer of kitchen and bath products, including bathtubs and shower stalls.

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Lyons McBride LLC

ContactShannon Lyons, Cathy McBride
Address115 S. Front Street, Apt. A
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone206-856-5181

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