SEWearable Designs has become a staple in the Appleton community. With help from the UMVRDC's Revolving Loan Fund, the store continues to provide creative designs and more to the area.
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UMVRDC's Revolving Loan Fund helps After Five Supper Club owners follow their dreams and provide a gathering place for Madison and surrounding communities.
DoMat's Family Food owners partnered with the UMVRDC's RLF Program to provide a quality grocery store to the community of Benson:
Hilltop owner's partnered with the UMVRDC's RLF program to make their dreams possible:
As portions of the region continues to try and overcome the many hurdles of broadband, we've had a handful of proactive and successful counties and communities working towards resolving those issues. Click on the links below to view the different
Al's Mercantile partnered with the UMVRDC's RLF program to launch the hardware store:
After several home-based childcare options and the childcare center in Granite Falls closed, the childcare shortage in the city and county intensified, and a countywide engagement processes began. There was representation from economic development
The goal was to find a collaborative model to increase the number of quality daycare spots in Benson. The idea for a new childcare facility began with community members in Benson. Business owners noticed a shortage of licensed childcare options for