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Mayor Bowser Announces Additional $2 Million Available to Support Local Small Businesses

Mayor Bowser Announces Additional $2 Million Available to Support Local Small Businesses us dollar bill on black and white textile

Mayor Muriel Bowser recently announced that an additional $2 million will be available to support local small businesses in Washington, D.C. The funds will be used to help small businesses that have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds are being provided by the Department of Small and Local Business Development and will be used to provide grants and other forms of assistance. This news was reported by EIN Presswire.

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I think it is great that Mayor Bowser is taking steps to help small businesses in Washington, D.C. during the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses are the backbone of the economy and it is important that they are supported during this difficult time. The additional $2 million will go a long way in helping small businesses stay afloat and will help to ensure that the local economy is able to recover quickly. It is important that other cities and states follow suit and provide similar resources to their small businesses.

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