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Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse

Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse

Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse
Vacation Attractions Struggle to Survive

IncSmart Wisconsin (Small Business and Startups) - Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has kept Wisconsin closed with the "Safer at Home" orders.  More than 1.4 million tests have been conducted in Wisconsin and 88 thousand have tested positive for the virus.  83% of those testing positive for Coronavirus are now considered to be recovering or recovered.  Over 1200 residents of the state have died.  


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California to Reopen Hair Salons

California to Reopen Hair Salons

California to Reopen Hair Salons
Nancy Pelosi Debacle


IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - San Francisco to allow hair salons to reopen days after Nancy Pelosi caused an outcry.  San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the reopening of Salons, Barbershops, Massage Spas, and Nail Salons to reopen during this pandemic.  The hair salons began opening September 14.  The salons that resume services indoors will need to abide by CDC Guidelines with limited number of patrons.  The customers and the salon staff will be required to wear face masks at all time.  
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Arizona Ready for USMCA

Arizona Ready for USMCA

IncSmart Arizona (Small Business and Startups) - Arizona ready for USMCA.  A highly anticipated change from NAFTA.  New changes include Mexico pay $16 an hour for automobile manufacturing, and new environmental standards.  The pay increase Mexico must pay will likely bring more manufacturing back to America.  The US is also looking at how to monitor Mexican environmental practices, and how to enforce the new regulations.  


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Investment Firm Leaves Washington

Investment Firm Leaves Washington

IncSmart Washington (Small Business and Startups) - Billion dollar investment firm leaves Seattle for Phoenix.  Smead Capital Management confirms that Phoenix will offer employees better quality of life and a lower cost of living.  Seattle has no police protection, and domestic terror rules the day while the mayor calls it a summer of love.  the mayor is unable to provide any kind of protection to residents.  

Business and residence blame Mayor Jenny Durkan for making Seattle an unsafe place to live and work.  Letting Antifa run the downtown area of the city has proven to be deadly. Along with the Wuhan Virus pandemic and the homeless population explosion, Seattle is no longer a desirable place to live.  Seattle has joined Chicago and New York City as the place to leave, not the place to move.  

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Mac Pro Built in Texas

Mac Pro Built in Texas

Mac Pro Built in Texas

Trump Tariff Exemptions

IncSmart Texas (Small Business and Startups) - Mac Pro to be built in Texas after President Trump offers some tariff exemptions for key components.  The Mac Pro is Apples most powerful computer with the price starting at $6000.  Austin Chamber of Commerce says there are now 62,000 people working in manufacture in the Austin metro area.  Austin is becoming the new Silicon Valley, and Apple will employ over 15,000 people.
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Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Aquatic Farming for Off Season Fishing

IncSmart Alaska (Small Business and Startups) - Alaska commercial seaweed industry has a bumper crop.  Five years ago, there were no seaweed farmers in Alaska.  Today are 16 producing operations in the state.  Seaweed is a $6 billion business worldwide, with Korea, Japan and China taking the lead.  Seaweed is used for food, fertilizer, animal feed, and many other products including pharmaceuticals.  Alaska grown seaweed harvest will be over 200,000 pounds this year.   Alaska will have a $100 million dollar industry within the next decade.  
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Storm Recovery in Missouri

Storm Recovery in Missouri

Storm Recovery in Missouri

U-Haul Offering 30 Day Free Storage

IncSmart Missouri (Small Business and Startups) - The Missouri National Guard had been activated as the state recovers from last week storm and ongoing flood fighting efforts.  The storm is 8 years to the day of the Joplin disaster, which was the deadliest tornado after the St. Louis tornado May 27 1896 where 255 people were killed.  The Joplin tornado killed over 150 people.  And EF3 tornado tore apart building in the Jefferson City, the capital.  Jefferson City damage encompasses a three mile area.  The American Red Cross is accepting donations for disaster relief victims.  Magellan Health is also providing trauma and fear counseling for victims of the storm.
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Tyson Foods Plans for Utah

Tyson Foods Plans for Utah

Tyson Foods Plans for Utah

1200 Positions in Three Years

IncSmart Utah (Small Business and Startups) - Tyson Fresh Meats plans for $300 million dollar meat packaging plant for Utah County.  This new plant will add an estimated 27 million dollars in the next ten years for the state.  The Economic Development Board of Directors voted for post performance tax credit of $5 million dollars over 10 years.  The state is also offering $300,000 for infrastructure.  The new plant will be over 400,000 square feet in size. 
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Lordstown Ohio Sees New Light

Lordstown Ohio Sees New Light

Lordstown Ohio Sees New Light

GM to Sale Plant to Workhorse

IncSmart North Canton Ohio (Small Business and Startups) - Lordstown Ohio sees new light as GM negotiates sale of manufacturing plant to Workhorse Group.  Workhorse, a Cincinnati based company,  builds electric trucks and drones.  General Motors stopped building the Chevrolet Cruze in March.  Lordstown has been assembling vehicles for over 50 years.  This is good news for the community.  Some General Motors employees will still have the opportunity to transfer to other plants in order to save seniority and pensions.   
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Mazda Toyota Alabama is Hiring

Mazda Toyota Alabama is Hiring

Mazda Toyota Alabama is Hiring

Job Postings Through the Summer

IncSmart Alabama (Small Business and Startups) - Mazda Toyota in Alabama is hiring.  Several key positions are needed to be filled.  The manufacturing company is going to create 4000 jobs and are currently hiring administrative staff and maintenance positions.  They will start posting jobs starting this summer.  They are now hiring team leaders that will be trained in Japan.  Limestone County has led all counties in growth and investment with over 4000 jobs as part of the Trump economy. 
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Chewy Picks North Carolina

Chewy Picks North Carolina

Chewy Picks North Carolina

Groundbreaking in Rowan County

IncSmart North Carolina (Small Business and Startups) - Chewy Inc, the online retailer for pet products, picks North Carolina for it's new fulfillment center.  They will locate it's new fulfillment center in Rowan County, and a groundbreaking will be in May.  They plan to invest $55 million dollars in the new center.  This new center will improve the delivery of products to the Southeast United States.  The construction of the new facility will be 700,000 square foot.  
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BASF Second Phase of Louisiana Expansion

BASF Second Phase of Louisiana Expansion

BASF Second Phase of Louisiana Expansion

Geismar Plant Continues Growth

IncSmart Louisiana (Small Business and Startups)BASF second phase of Louisiana expansion as the largest chemical plant in North America continues.   This expansion will cost BASF $87 million dollars.  The company has already committed $150d million dollars to phase 1 of the expansion in the 2000 acre project in Ascension Parish,  BASF and the city of Geismar have a 30 year history.  Geismar is in the heart of Louisiana's chemical corridor. 
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South Dakota Joins Fermi Lab Experiment

South Dakota Joins Fermi Lab Experiment

South Dakota Joins Fermi Lab Experiment

Kiewit Alberici Brings Jobs to Lead

IncSmart South Dakota (Small Business and Startups) - South Dakota joins the Fermi Lab experiment with Kiewit Alberici bringing jobs to Lead.  The science experiment is growing and expanding at the Sanford underground Research Facility, and is expected to hire between 30 to 100 employees.  The office will be located in downtown Lead at the Gold Rush Plaza.  Subcontracts will be awarded to local contractors.  Contracts will last as long as 5 years.  Lead is an old mining town located in the Black Hills region of South Dakota,  home of the Homestake Miming Company. 
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GM Michigan Plant Investment

GM Michigan Plant Investment

GM Michigan Plant Investment

Orion Township Plant

IncSmart Michigan (Small Business and Startups) - GM Michigan plant investment at Orion Township north of Detroit.  The $300 million investment in the facility will create 400 new Michigan jobs.  This plant is replacing an electric car manufacturing plan for China.  After intense lobbying by President Trump after GM closed an Ohio plant, this is good news for labor unions in Michigan.  Last year General Motors imported 1 million vehicles from Mexico where it has ramped up production facilities instead of opening plants in the US.  
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