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Lara Ewen from Marketing Dive wrote a recent article about what is selling in the Covid-19 pandemic now that everyone has stocked up on essentials.  The article cites alcohol, firearms, sporting goods, home office, and pet supplies as all being categories that were up in April.  “What we’ve seen starting March 20th is a move from a ‘stock up’ position to whatever the next trend is,” said Andy Mantis, chief business officer at 1010reveal, which is part of 1010data, a…

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In many parts of the country, the COVID-19 virus has put a temporary halt to recreational boating activities. Here are four things you can do that will jump-start your season and keep you busy. Make sure when ordering any item online that it’s in stock and that the vendor is currently shipping. Before heading to the virtual checkout cart, call to verify when you’ll get your order because many companies are temporarily closed but are taking orders. Install a Track…

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Money

Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill providing additional funding into existing programs to assist small business in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The President is expected to sign the bill into law today. The legislation authorizes $310 billion into the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the loan program designed to keep employees on small company payrolls. The initial $350 billion provided into PPP, created last month as part of the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security…

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Keep America Fishing

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted our daily lives. With so many businesses and activities facing restrictions, it’s important that we still have an outlet to maintain our physical and mental health. Recreational fishing provides those benefits for so many of us, and thankfully is still allowed in your state. Please take a moment to contact the Governor to thank them for continuing to allow recreational fishing. Some states have severally limited or banned recreational fishing during this pandemic. It’s…

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Capitol

In the last month alone, 22 million Americans have applied for unemployment, and many small businesses have yet to receive an answer to their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) application, as funding for the PPP is exhausted. The American public needs Congress to act immediately to replenish these funds so the many small businesses left in limbo can receive the much-needed capital to keep their doors open and their employees on the payroll. Even the slightest delay can create uncertainty, which…

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