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Posted on: October 12, 2022

City launches ‘Best in Business’ e-news

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Marysville business owners and managers now have a new tool to access. The City of Marysville debuted its local business e-newsletter, ‘Best in Business,’ this week. The free monthly e-news celebrates Marysville businesses, provides updates about city projects, and shares business resources that may be helpful.

“With 16 years of business and management experience in the private sector before I became Mayor, I understand firsthand your concerns and continually advocate for local businesses,” Mayor Jon Nehring said. 

“Over the past several years, the City Council and I have worked to ensure that Marysville is a business-friendly city. Our goal is to provide excellent customer service and to streamline processes as much as possible. I truly hope that has been your experience.” 

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