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Odenwald Strategies, LLC

ContactLaura Odenwald
EmailLaura@OdenwaldStrategies.com
Address26937 Dutch Settlement
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone301-980-7418

Odenwald Strategies LLC provides public relations consulting to produce direction, order and results with lasting impact for nonprofits and small businesses in southwest Michigan. Owner Laura Odenwald emphasizes excellence, efficiency and value, working with clients one-on-one to provide customized and focused solutions. Prior to starting her business, Laura built a public relations resume working in four major industry sectors: healthcare, higher education, nonprofits, and government and political campaigns. Most recently, she led the digital marketing and branding efforts for LSU’s College of Engineering, the largest academic college in the state. Laura earned a B.A. in Mass Communication from LSU in 2010, a Certificate of Web Design from LSU Continuing Education in 2016, and her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) in 2018, an internationally recognized professional designation that fewer than two percent of PR professionals possess.

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Oh My, Old Made New

ContactDawn Schlipp
EmailOhMy49047@yahoo.com
Address206 S. Front Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-876-8949

The minute you walk in the door, you'll see why this specialty shop is named Oh My!  Owner Dawn Schlipp, who enjoys making old new again, features wonderful artisan-painted furniture, trending apparel, bags, jewelry, gifts and candles.  


Olympia Books

ContactJeff Gunn
EmailOlymJBooks@gmail.com
Address208 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
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The setting of this bookstore is as unique as its inventory.  Olympia Books features used and rare books, and will also search out your favorite titles.


One World Center

ContactTrine Wendelboe, Outreach Coordinator
EmailTrine@OneWorldCenter.org
Address56968 Dailey Road
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-6477

Located in Dowagiac on Dailey Road, One World Center is a research non-profit organization with a mission to inspire and empower ordinary people to take action against worldwide poverty and climate change.  The organization provides unique teaching and learning environments that cultivate social change and support its global vision of a sustainable future.

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    The relief bill includes $55-million to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Grants of up to $20,000 will be made available to small businesses across the state that need support this winter. The relief bill also includes $3.5-million for grants of up to $40,000 each for live music and entertainment venues, and includes $45-million in direct payments to workers who have been laid off or furloughed as a result of the virus.

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    The Michigan Strategic Fund on Monday approved a $10-million grant program to help meet the urgent needs of small businesses disproportionately impacted the COVID-19 virus. The Pure Michigan Small Business Relief Initiative will utilize federal CARES Act funding to award grants of up to $15,000 to small businesses across Michigan, with applications being available beginning December 15.Learn More
     
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    Chamber Honors Seven Member Businesses

    Seven businesses that went above and beyond helping the community during the onset of the pandemic were recently honored by the Chamber in its annual Celebration of Members.
     
    While state mandates prevented the organization from holding its fall dinner, which typically draws more than 100 business leaders, the award presentations were videotaped, now appearing on the Chamber’s Facebook page. 
     
    “Certainly these are unprecedented times,” said Kim MacGregor, Chamber president of Edward Jones. “However, we have persevered and we have some stories to tell.”
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