Chamber mini-summit examines how to make local businesses grow
Recent slumps in the economy does not mean that businesses aren't trying to grow.
There just needs to be good ideas and proper planning in place to make growth easier.
That's what the Detroit Lakes Chamber of Commerce tried to accomplish by holding a mini economic summit on Thursday morning.
And Jeff Boehm, owner of 118 acres on the northeast corner of highways 6 and 59, said that he has a great spot for a business park.
"It's ready to build on," Boehm said
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