How’s Main Street America Holding Up?

How’s Main Street America Holding Up?

  • Small business confidence remains high, despite some headlines saying otherwise
  • The changing business landscape of Mount Clemens
  • Consumer confidence drives the economic train 

Six months ago, record high consumer confidence and optimistic business owners pretty much dominated the headlines. According to Todd McCracken, President and CEO of the National Small Business Association, “businesses are feeling pretty good, the economy is doing well, and confidence is still at high levels.”

So what about now, six months later when there seems to be a gajillion new articles a day about how the economy is getting ready to tank? Contrary to those negative headlines, business confidence and optimism are still high.

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