During these uncertain times, we’ve all become a little unsure of what the next challenge may be. While our local business community has proven resilient under tough circumstances, many of the obstacles they continue to face are out of their control.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, key supplies for businesses and consumers have been in high demand. Early in the pandemic, everyone was struggling to find basic cleaning supplies, hygiene products, and other personal protective equipment (PPE).

Katie Eaton is the president of the Michigan City Chamber of Commerce and a guest columnist for The News-Dispatch. The Chamber is a membership organization that strives to be a resource to members, businesses, and the community to promote economic growth in the Michigan City area. For more information, visit michigancity

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