While the economy continues to cause problems with many in the nation Cherokee County continues to adapt and to support business growth. Over the past month we have been fortunate to see economic progress march forward with the opening of two new businesses and several groundbreakings.
Ludvigson Chiropractic & Acupuncture, Kayla (Hatch) Ludvigson, owner, held a red ribbon cutting in April to celebrate the opening of her new business to Cherokee. The Weeping Willow, Molly Schroeder, owner, held a red ribbon cutting in May also celebrating the opening of her new business to Cherokee. Powersports, Dustin Schmillen, owner, held their red ribbon in May celebrating their one-year anniversary.
A groundbreaking was held at the Fairgrounds in Cherokee to mark the beginning of work on the 80' x200', Cherokee 4-H Expo Center, that will be built there and this past week in Marcus a groundbreaking was held in the South Industrial Park to signify the beginning of work on the Marcus Dental Clinic. Cherokee County is booming with new economic growth.
The support of Cherokee County citizen's to shop local and use local services is why we remain strong during these tough economic time. If you have questions about starting a business in Cherokee County, feel free to contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 225-5739 or 1-800-325-5739.
We look forward to helping you to with what you need to get your idea off the ground. Be sure to check out or website at www.cherokeeia.com. This website gives you information on all the County communities, Countywide events calendar and much more inform.