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"Someplace Better" Fills Jobs Efficiently Plymouth Foam Inc.
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Plymouth Foam Job Fair reducedPlymouth Foam Inc.partnered with the SCEDC to organize and promote a job fair to attract employees. Leveraging the “Someplace Better” digital campaign the company’s $1,500 investment in Facebook, Craigslist and billboard advertising, along with press releases, signage and flyers, resulted in 120 applications for 20 posted entry-level positions. "The marketing efforts we achieved through our partnership with SCEDC generated interest that vastly exceeded our expectations,” said Amanda Novak, Human Resources Generalist. 

Army Veteran's Dream Becomes Reality | Compassionate Care Animal Clinic
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Compassionate Care airDr. John Prellwitz dreamed of owning his own veterinary clinic and spoke to dozens of people  seeking help until he talked with staff of the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC). After months of Dr. Perllwitz spinning his wheels the SCEDC helped him with a business plan, financials and helping the Village of Elkhart Lake create a new commercial development using a TIF.  Within a year of meeting the SCEDC, Dr. Prellwitz was cutting the ribbon on his new clinic.

Restaurant Goes From Renting to Owning | The Black Pig
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Black Pig OwnersThe Hurries operate The Black Pig restaurant in downtown Sheboygan and sought to expand into catering. Just one problem, they didn't want to stick money into a building that was not theirs.  Working with the SCEDC entrepreneurship team, the Hurries developed a business plan and were able to get traditional financing and a loan from the City of Sheboygan's Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to purchase and renovate their existing place of business.

Innovative Financial Solutions The Osthoff Resort
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Grand Libelle Empty 007 cmyk lights adjThe Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, WI serves as an inviting destination for years. The resort realized a larger conference space would help fulfill an unmet need.  To support the project the Village of Elkhart Lake created a TID while the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation helped secure a $500,000 loan thru the Sheboygan County Revolving Loan Fund (RLF).  

Women-owned Business Explodes Dollhouse Dance Factory  
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dollhouse studioLooking to expand, Dollhouse owner Kayla Pittner sought help from the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC).  The SCEDC helped Ms. Pittner to wirte a business plan and get it funded thru the City of Sheboygan Revolving Loan Fund (RLF).  Ms. Pittner stated "The SCEDC was the perfect partner, assisting me with my financial records and walking me through the entire process step by step...Within two weeks, I was handed a check.