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POINT PLACE, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Point Place community is hoping that some research will help them learn how to
drive business to their area.
are] struggling to make payroll, struggling to keep their doors open, fighting
just to survive," said Jim Nowak, president of the Point Place Business
a survey of local businesses, the PPBA is trying to make a change.
you're going fishing, but afterwards, you want to have dinner here," Nowak
said. "You need something for your boat? Well, there's a place you can buy
PPBA started the Business Retention and Expansion Initiative that helped them
survey business owners. They say it's a program that will eventually help them
figure out how to move forward.
we want to do is keep working with the community to nurture those lines of
communication, to help form an economic development plan based on what they
found out in the information from the surveys to the businesses," said Joe
Lucente, assistant professor at OSU.
one was identifying the problems, but they say there's a lot more to do.
two is we're going to get with the City of Toledo, and we're going to sit down
with them, and we're going to find out what sort of efforts we can reach out to
for the present business owners and future business owners," said Len Syrek,
coordinator for the initiative.
believe with the right type of marketing and training, Point Place can flourish
the way it once did.
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